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05.26.16
German scientists are training robots to 'feel' pain
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German scientists are training robots to 'feel' pain

It could prevent them from getting damaged and needing costly repairs.

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04.28.15
Yes, these tiny robots can (autonomously) move a car
04.28.15

Yes, these tiny robots can (autonomously) move a car

A swarm of small robots developed by a team of European scientists can carefully extract and trans...

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06.04.14
MIT's robotic limbs pave the way for real-life Doc Ock (video)
06.04.14

MIT's robotic limbs pave the way for real-life Doc Ock (video)

Two groups of MIT scientists are working on robotic limbs, which when worn together can make you l...

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06.06.13
nVoy program will certify hybrid networking, aim for digital harmony
06.06.13

nVoy program will certify hybrid networking, aim for digital harmony

There's practically an overabundance of certifications for individual networking standards, but we...

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01.23.13
'First' prototype hardware built for broadband over IEEE's white space standard
01.23.13

'First' prototype hardware built for broadband over IEEE's white space standard

If you hadn't realized already, spectrum is quite the hot commodity, and any unused slice is a pot...

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09.05.12
Ethernet gets new IEEE standard, still requires your thumbnail
09.05.12

Ethernet gets new IEEE standard, still requires your thumbnail

If you've been taking your trusty ethernet cable for granted since 1985, then we don't blame you --...

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