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01.13.16
Kymeta's Toyota Mirai plays well with satellites
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Kymeta's Toyota Mirai plays well with satellites

A Mirai outfitted with Kymeta's flat antenna shows the possibility of a more-connected future for Toyota vehicles.

By Autoblog,   01.13.16
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01.09.16
Time Warner fights Netflix by offering TV seasons on-demand
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Time Warner fights Netflix by offering TV seasons on-demand

Time Warner's channels are asking for binge-watching rights when they buy new TV shows.

By J. Fingas,   01.09.16
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12.29.15
China launches a disaster prevention satellite
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China launches a disaster prevention satellite

The Gaofen-4 is an orbiting HD camera that'll warn when tragedy strikes.

By D. Cooper,   12.29.15
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12.22.15
Watch 58 years of space debris appear in 1 minute
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Watch 58 years of space debris appear in 1 minute

If you want to know why space junk is a problem, this video will answer your questions.

By J. Fingas,   12.22.15
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12.21.15
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket sticks the landing on its return
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SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket sticks the landing on its return

SpaceX delayed the launch to improve odds for landing afterwards. It was worth it.

By M. Smith,   12.21.15
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12.18.15
SpaceX is on target for a launch-and-land attempt Sunday
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SpaceX is on target for a launch-and-land attempt Sunday

Elon Musk and company are ready to try again after two explosions earlier this year.

By R. Lawler,   12.18.15
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12.14.15
NASA offers a rare, steady view of the sunlit Earth
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NASA offers a rare, steady view of the sunlit Earth

Until now, you had to be an astronaut or a probe to see this for yourself.

By J. Fingas,   12.14.15
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12.10.15
ICYMI: Self-cleaning fish tank, satellite launcher and more
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ICYMI: Self-cleaning fish tank, satellite launcher and more

Physics can keep you from getting your hands dirty

By K. Davis,   12.10.15
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11.26.15
NASA to test sugary bacteria as space-based power source
11.26.15

NASA to test sugary bacteria as space-based power source

A pair of genetically modified bacteria species could eventually feed Martian explorers.

By A. Tarantola,   11.26.15
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