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  1. The world's deepest blue hole found in the South China SeaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Yahoo!

    Chinese researchers claim to have found the world's deepest underwater sinkhole, known locally as Dragon Hole in the South China Sea. After a year of exploring the blue hole, researchers at the Sansha Ship Course Research Institute for Coral Protection concluded that the "eye" of the sea measures a staggering 300 meters in depth or , reports state-owned news agency Xinhua .

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  2. A Glimpse of the New BMW 5 SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | SooToday

    We've been waiting a long time for the new-generation BMW 5 Series to appear, and it seems like it's finally coming along. However, the German manufacturer is using the midsize luxury sedan to develop a new fully automated, optical measuring cell concept.

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  3. News Spotlight -- Genre Books and Media: a column by Sandy AudenRead the original story

    May 16, 2009 | SF Site

    ... a brand new trilogy that mixes philosophical exploration with adventure and conflict... On a world of intelligent robots who seem to have forgotten their own distant past, it is a time of war as the soldiers of Artemis City set out to conquer ...

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  4. 20,000 discoveries under the seaRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor

    ... with instruments that sink and then surface to report their discoveries. They launch mechanical fish and unmanned robots. And sometimes they climb into the machines and go down themselves. "My personal preference is manned submersibles," says ...

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  5. Maker Faire to celebrate fifth year in JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    Designers, crafters and tech-nerds are gearing up for the return of the annual Maker Faire in Tokyo next month. This is the fifth time the event brings together hundreds of innovative creators, from drone manufacturers and virtual-reality app designers to hobbyists and artists, to share their ideas with the public in Tokyo.

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  6. Sphero adds the SPRK+ to their line of robot ballsRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | The Gadgeteer

    Sphero has recently released a new member to their robotic ball series, the SPRK+. The Gadgeteer Kid and I know the world of Sphero pretty well, having reviewed the original , second generation Spheros and more recently the DarkSide Ollie .

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  7. Police robots becoming common tools for agencies big and smallRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | MLive.com

    ... that day is becoming a common tool among police agencies big and small in West Michigan. Many departments acquired robots similar to the RoboteX Avatar II, as well as smaller "throwbots," about two years ago during a round of regional Homeland ...

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  8. 'Best darned change maker' praise is mighty thin gruel for Clinton: Charles KrauthammerRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel

    ... of literacy are the coin of the realm. For all the factory jobs lost to Third World competitors, far more are lost to robots. In either case, Clinton has found no counter. If she has a theme, it's about expanding opportunity, shattering ceilings. ...

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  9. 1980s Children's TV ProgrammesRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | NeOnbubble

    During the 1980s television channels in the UK would alter their programming during the summer months to accommodate children staying home. They probably still do but the toil of modern life and the necessity to work for a living means I've no idea if that's true.

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  10. Is it dumb to trust smart technology?Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | ComputerWorld

    ... Amazon's Dash program. You don't have to order pet food; the feeder will do it for you. (As soon as dog-walking robots and dog-petting machines come on the market, we can disengage with Skippy altogether!) But when a Google-provisioned service that ...

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  11. Robots are coming sooner than you thinkRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    ... to engage people with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Picture: Michelle Siu/The Canadian Press via AP HUMANOID robots with important jobs in hospitals, nursing homes, and even hotels are just years away from common use in Australia, according to ...

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  12. Burkert's new micro-valve Type 6712 sets new standard in speed, size and acoustic volumeRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Medical News

    ... but it can also be installed in smaller spaces. For applications on dispensing arms, pipetting arms and dosing robots the low overall weight of the valve is an advantage. The power consumption of the WhisperValve is also low: in both switching and ...

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  13. York manufacturing jobs vanishing; what replaces them?Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | Washington Times

    ... college degree. Others say the push should be on training people to write the codes that will power the computers and robots used in the next generation of manufacturing. Dataforma, a small tech company headquartered in a former industrial building ...

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  14. Rolling RobotRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Texarkana Gazette

    Members of the Texas High School T-Bot Robotics Club let College Hill Middle School students drive their robot Titan before the end of the fifth day of the Trash Trek Robotics Camp on Friday, July 29, 2016 at Eagle Hall at Texas A&M University-Texarkana. The camp, which was provided by A&M-Texarkana, was run by Texas High School T-Bot Robotics Club members.

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  15. Economic growth in the time of disruptionRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | China Daily

    ... production moving closer to the final market. Adidas, for example, is already building a factory in Germany, where robots will produce athletic shoes, and is planning a second one in the US. Given these facts, developing economies need to act now. ...

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  16. Strange 'purple blob' on Pacific seafloor baffles scientistsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Manawatu Evening Standard

    "Do you have that dark purple blob on the left?" asks a scientist, one of eight controlling a remotely operated underwater robot, to which the camera is attached. The scientists watching the blob were part of a crew on the exploration vessel Nautilus, operated by the Ocean Exploration Trust. 2 comments

  17. Arrowhead Arts Summer Concert SeriesRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | The Alpenhorn News

    Arrowhead Arts Association's Summer Concert Series kicked-off on Thursday, July 21 at the Tavern Bay Beach Club, showcasing the Big Band Theory , featuring scientists from JPL playing swing music and performing a play list that looks toward the heavens, such as 'Fly Me to the Moon,' 'Moondance,' and 'Ja-Da,' one of the first songs heard in space. Big Band Theory claims they are the smartest band on the planet.

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  18. UNSW develops mini-factory that can turn old mobile phones into goldRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Age

    Within them are a treasure-trove of idle junk that could be transformed into high-value metal. The gold alone adds up to more than $80 million.

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  19. Live: GWS host Tigers, Hawks v Blues in TassieRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Sunday Mail

    ... their businesses in order to catch customers - and increase sales. A NEW Australian study out this week has revealed robots are just as effective at removing prostate cancer as humans. Experts discuss the pros and cons of using the multi-million ...

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  20. Jolly Swagbots:Read the original story

    Yesterday | BrothersJudd Blog

    In the Australian outback, a cattle ranch called Suppleback Downs is only slightly smaller than the state of Rhode Island. Unsurprisingly, it can be hard to keep track of cows in such a massive area.

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