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iRobot 110 FirstLook hands-on (video)

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iRobot's Bedford, Massachusetts headquarters is literally crawling (well, rolling) with robots of all shapes and sizes, from friendlier household fare like Scoobas and Roombas, to the 450-pound Warrior battlefield 'bot, which patrols the perimeter, looking for mock IEDs. The highlight of our trip this week, however, had to be...
iRobot 110 FirstLook hands-on (video)
Paralyzed rat walks with the help of a robotic harness and chemical injection

Canadian startup BufferBox gets bought by Google, promises to keep on serving its customers

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Google has acquired Canadian company BufferBox for an undisclosed sum, the Financial Post reports. As you may know, this Waterloo-based startup and Y Combinator alumnus specializes in parcel delivery through dedicated physical lockers. Its team confirmed the move on the startup’s blog, while promising the service won’t be discontinued: “We...
Canadian startup BufferBox gets bought by Google, promises to keep on serving its customers

Is it OK to phone or email somebody in the next room?

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Many of us now ring and email people who are in the same house. So when is that acceptable behaviour - and when isn't it?A new survey indicates that 45% of Britons are willing to admit they have used their mobile - or even email - to communicate with someone...
Is it OK to phone or email somebody in the next room?

TechShop: an industrial revolution for $125 a month

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Someone, Mark Hatch, if I had to guess, has left a Square reader just to the left of where we've set up our cameras. It's on a table next to a small, but exceptionally diverse array of gadgets. There's a wooden book that unfolds into a desk lamp and...
TechShop: an industrial revolution for $125 a month

Brewster's trillions: Internet Archive strives to keep web history alive

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Priceless trove of bytes aims to save websites which could otherwise be lost - all from suburban San FranciscoIn an era of information overload and ephemera, where an online sensation may last all of five minutes, word is spreading that the internet has a memory, and its name is not...
Brewster's trillions: Internet Archive strives to keep web history alive
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