Small electromechanical structures that look like trees shaking in a storm could prove to be the next big thing in energy generation.
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2.9.2016
10:35am
In this episode, Samsung is flexing its electronics muscle to make passing semis safer.
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2.9.2016
10:20am
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Critics argue that the legislation is about protecting one industry, not targeting discrimination.
by Melissa Hellmann, The Associated Press
2.9.2016
10:17am
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This time lapse, filmed by EarthCam and released by Minnesota's Department of Transportation, shows the construction of the St. Croix Crossing.
by Tech Insider
2.9.2016
10:02am
The fiscal year 2017 budget will reportedly call for a fee of $10 per barrel of oil — to be phased in over a five-year period.
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2.9.2016
9:59am
Canadian safety regulators say that a circular clip around the pistons may be missing or was improperly installed at the factory.
by The Associated Press
2.9.2016
9:57am
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When fully implemented, the standards are expected to reduce carbon emissions more than 650 million tons between 2020 and 2040.
by Joan Lowy and Michael Biesecker, The Associated Press
2.9.2016
9:49am
SpaceX is transitioning its Falcon 9 rocket cores from testing and development to mass production.
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2.8.2016
3:03pm
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A Volkswagen statement says Frank Tuch is "leaving the company at his own request."
by The Associated Press
2.8.2016
2:56pm
In this episode, customizing nutrition for soldiers in the military.
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2.8.2016
2:45pm
The recall covers nearly 237,000 CX-5 SUVs from the 2014 and 2015 model years.
by The Associated Press
2.8.2016
2:40pm
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Authorities in China released the details of their investigation into an August 2015 chemical blast that killed 165 and injured hundreds.
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2.8.2016
2:39pm
As Chair Janet Yellen addresses Congress this week, most analysts and investors think the Fed will raise rates fewer than four times this year, if at all.
by Martin Crutsinger, AP Economics Writer
2.8.2016
2:35pm
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Physicist Marina Brozovic studies and measures near-earth asteroids — the ones that can potentially cause catastrophic damage.
by WIRED
2.8.2016
2:30pm
Sensors in the cars will collect data about how human drivers react to a range of scenarios in downtown London traffic.
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2.8.2016
10:30am
Chipotle was founded in Denver in 1993 and grew to be one of the most successful fast-food companies ever.
by Bloomberg Business
2.8.2016
10:19am
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The EPA installed a temporary water treatment plant last fall to remove metals from the water still flowing out of the Gold King.
by Dan Elliott, The Associated Press
2.8.2016
10:15am
Money remains the biggest challenge, but there are political hurdles, too.
by Juliet Williams, The Associated Press
2.8.2016
10:02am
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The move reflects how Mexico has become an attractive place for global carmakers.
by The Associated Press
2.8.2016
9:55am
The safety agency says that it's upgrading the investigation to an engineering analysis, which is a step closer to a recall.
by Tom Krisher, AP Auto Writer
2.8.2016
9:47am
NASA wants to put people on Mars. Here's what it will look like.
by Tech Insider
2.8.2016
9:34am
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Environmental regulators had suspected for months that Bullseye Glass was releasing unsafe levels of cadmium and arsenic.
by The Associated Press
2.5.2016
3:30pm
The bill, passed unanimously by the Senate, goes to the House for its consideration as early as next week.
by David Eggert, The Associated Press
2.5.2016
3:14pm
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In this episode, a new breed of robot that can stretch to accommodate diverse new tasks.
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2.5.2016
2:56pm
A wider trade deficit is a drag on economic growth because it means fewer overseas sales by American producers.
by Martin Crutsinger, AP Economics Writer
2.5.2016
2:54pm
Fueling the vessel's hydrazine-powered thrusters and pressurizing the tanks is a dangerous process.
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2.5.2016
1:52pm
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At least one person is dead and two others seriously injured after a crane collapse in snowy Manhattan.
by CNN
2.5.2016
1:45pm
The German carmaker said the postponed meeting and release are due to open questions about its diesel emissions scandal.
by David McHugh, AP Business Writer
2.5.2016
1:41pm
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The company last month decided to enforce its long-standing policy of two 10-minute breaks per shift.
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2.5.2016
10:35am
If all goes according to plan, it should to take contractors about five days to permanently seal the well.
by Brian Melley, The Associated Press
2.5.2016
10:11am
The total includes 440,000 vehicles in Japan and another 2.2 million in the United States announced earlier this week.
by The Associated Press
2.5.2016
9:58am