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Artist sculpts 'Alien' Facehugger skeleton with bones from Earth
A 6-inch tall, 6-year-old skeleton confuses Stanford researchers and UFO conspiracists alike

A bicycle built for two: One person, one skeleton

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Imperial College London undergrad bones up on his biking to embark on a 1,000-mile fundraising trip for student scholarships at the science-based school. [Read more]...
A bicycle built for two: One person, one skeleton
Inhabitat's Week in Green: stair-climbing vacuum cleaner, carbon dioxide diapers and a real 3D-printed face

Brizzly Releases iPhone App

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For power users, the Twitter website is often just a thing of the past. We've moved on to third party interfaces with multiple columns, special user list navigation, search, and so on. But what about the novice user that wants something more than Twitter.com? For that, there's Brizzly, a web-based...
Brizzly Releases iPhone App

How a Robot Sidekick Is Made [DIY]

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For some reason, CBS decided to give late-night talk show host Craig Ferguson a robot skeleton as a companion. They had Mythbusters' Grant Imahara build the odd—and slightly freaky—fellow and teach him the Robot Skeleton Sidekick Laws: More »...
How a Robot Sidekick Is Made [DIY]

Boot up: another Windows 8 review, how Google killed its social network, broken Silverlight and more

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Plus the Chinese challenges for the iPad mini and Android, the surprising limit put on San Francisco bike users, and moreA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamChristmas gift for someone you hate: Windows 8 >> Philip Greenspun's WeblogMicrosoft has had...
Boot up: another Windows 8 review, how Google killed its social network, broken Silverlight and more

Google Now coming to desktop near you

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Google's personal assistant for its Android Jelly Bean mobile operating system is coming to the Internet search leader's Chrome browser. The news about Google Now was disclosed in a developers' log posted to the Internet last Friday by the company. According to the log entry, Google's engineers have created...
Google Now coming to desktop near you
Redefining the art of self-portraits with a CT scanner and 3D printer

Latest Chrome developer build hints at Google Now integration

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Apple is set to get another taste of Google Now, the Siri competitor out of Mountain View. This time, in Chrome for Mac. Google Plus user François Beaufort discovered (via CNET) references to Google Now in the latest Chromium build yesterday that said, “creating a skeleton for Google Now for Chrome implementation.”...
Latest Chrome developer build hints at Google Now integration

Alt-week 5.4.13: Atacama's mystery skeleton, move to Mars, and lights out for Herschel

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Alt-week takes a look at the best science and alternative tech stories from the last seven days. Well, here we are. It's happening. We're officially talking about setting up a human colony on Mars. Not only is this very real, it's something you can be part of. You don't have...
Alt-week 5.4.13: Atacama's mystery skeleton, move to Mars, and lights out for Herschel

A look back at Microsoft's 2012, and what's next for the evolving giant

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It’s difficult to state how large, and impactful, 2012 has been for Microsoft. The company has laid a new course for its key platforms, repositioned itself squarely in the middle of a new business model, and has set the stage for product unification and integration on a scale that it...
A look back at Microsoft's 2012, and what's next for the evolving giant

Google Now may soon arrive on the desktop by way of Chrome, according to Chromium code

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Thanks to a recent code revision to the Chromium project, it appears Google has plans to bring Google Now to the desktop, arriving by way of Chrome’s own desktop notifications, reports François Beaufort and CNET. In revision #171868, the following log message reveals that a skeleton has been created for Google...
Google Now may soon arrive on the desktop by way of Chrome, according to Chromium code
Google Gets Semantic, Launches Knowledge Graph Starting Today
Google Now may soon be headed to PCs

Chevy volt skeleton http://twitpic.com/18ccg0

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Chevy volt skeleton http://twitpic.com/18ccg0
Google Doodle Celebrates Halloween With Spooky Haunted Houses
Ngmoco signs up 10 more game developers for Mobage mobile social gaming network
Researchers find some of the world's earliest (pre-Cambrian) armor
Rare 'second skeleton' disorder spurs woman to fight for cure

Pinterest Clone Pinspire ‘Tampering’ With Users And Pimped By Spammers

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Employees of interest clone Pinspire are alledgedly altering the personal accounts of users by deleting, hiding and removing pins, ‘likes’, comments, re-pins and also ‘pinpoints’, the system on which they base giveaways and contests. In addition TechCrunch has found evidence of people with Pinspire email addresses astro-turfing blogs asking for...
Pinterest Clone Pinspire ‘Tampering’ With Users And Pimped By Spammers
Hell Yeah! is like Metroid with a chainsaw jetpack-riding demon bunny

Google Has A T-Rex Skeleton At Its Headquarters (GOOG)

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Google's Mountain View office — lovingly referred to as the "mothership" — is one of the best tech campuses in the world. You'll see a ton of crazy stuff, and there are plenty of perks like free food. A visitor took a few photos of the campus on the networking...
Google Has A T-Rex Skeleton At Its Headquarters (GOOG)

Tunetrace for iOS turns your drawings into music to show the fun side of coding

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Have you ever wondered what your drawings would sound like if someone was to ever dream up a way of making that possible? Well, researchers at Queen Mary, University of London, have made that a reality courtesy of Tunetrace, a quirky new iOS app it hopes will show budding coders...
Tunetrace for iOS turns your drawings into music to show the fun side of coding

Kinect for Windows adds seated skeletal tracking

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Microsoft released a new software development kit for its Kinect for Windows sensor today, expanding the capabilities of the platform for software developers building new Kinect apps for Windows PCs. Version 1.5 of the SDK has been making headlines today for adding detailed facial tracking, including the ability to follow...
Kinect for Windows adds seated skeletal tracking

Skeleton Of World’s Oldest Sea Dog ‘Hatch’ Found On The Mary Rose Goes On Display At Crufts http://bit.ly/bmwGiF

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Skeleton Of World’s Oldest Sea Dog ‘Hatch’ Found On The Mary Rose Goes On Display At Crufts http://bit.ly/bmwGiF

Halloween celebrated with Google Doodle

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Interactive doodle animates some spooky happenings on a scary streetGoogle has marked Halloween with an interactive doodle that animates some spooky happenings on a street where assorted ghouls and other creatures are brought to life by users clicking on four front doors.The inhabitants behind the doors, including a central one...
Halloween celebrated with Google Doodle

Latest Chrome developer build hints at Google Now integration - Chromebooks rejoice

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Chromebooks may finally be getting voice recognition. Google Plus user François Beaufort discovered (via CNET) references to Google Now in the latest Chromium build yesterday that said, “creating a skeleton for Google Now for Chrome implementation.” It’s not clear how long it will take for the new feature to rollout, but the...
Latest Chrome developer build hints at Google Now integration - Chromebooks rejoice
iPhone case designs based on classic skateboards

Star Trek’s Dr. McCoy and DevOps 2.0

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“Crazy way to travel – spreading a man’s molecules all over the universe.” — Dr. McCoy, Star Trek, the original series, “Obsession“ Dr. McCoy was always one of my favorite Star Trek characters. Among his many endearing quirks was a healthy skepticism of transporter technology. Being a doctor, he understood...
Star Trek’s Dr. McCoy and DevOps 2.0
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