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It's more than just the fact that he walks on his hind legs, wears glasses and talks, he's also a scientist, inventor and the only dog ever to legally be allowed to adopt a child, whom he names Sherman.
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Barry Robinson, now 53, these days lives alone in the Sydney commuter town of Woy Woy, where his failing health means he rarely leaves his home.
Fox News falsely claimed that a plan in place since 1998 to govern control of Internet domain names means President Obama is giving away the Internet.
The modernization of the Ottoman Empire began in 1839 when the state started adapting western ideas; following an almost century long struggle for constitutional rule, the shift culminated in the formation of a secular republic in 1923.
The following are my picks for 10 great inventions that will help make this the best St. Patrick's day ever, with a few post-St.
Clearly it's not actually a cronut, but Dominique Ansel, New York pastry chef and inventor of the croissant/doughnut hybrid that took the country by storm last summer, is at it again, and this time he's debuted his creation at SXSW.
GreatCommunicator: your reading skill seems in need for improvement. Maybe for being a talking head for too long? It looks like you have beef against the US Constitution.
The self-service confectionery display unit developed by Dexters and Murrays. The unit consists of rotating metal baskets containing the sweets.
You feel as if you can almost break it, testing its flexibility. Putting it on, though, is another story.
Shark Tank is a startlingly popular Friday-night show where people who have invented various strange things bring them to a group of rich people and beg for an investment.
It's been brewing for some time, but last year's $403 million sale of Makerbot made it real: New York is a place for hardware innovation.
A YOUNG inventor from South Lakeland has joined an exclusive list of some of Britain's best engineers and innovators.
Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Internet, said the one thing that most surprises him about his creation is cats.
MIT's Andrew Marchese and Daniela Rus put the soft silicone rubber outer skin on their robotic fish.
A University of Colorado team's waterless toilet uses solar power to convert fecal matter into a sanitary, harmless charcoal-like material that can be used for heating or fertilizing.
A recent pair of botched executions has renewed the debate over lethal injection and whether it's actually less inhumane than other methods used to execute condemned prisoners.