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Picking up where Pokemon Go left off: Nintendo's plans for holiday domination

Nostalgic for their past, those who played with Pokemon cards and video games in the late 1990s shifted to a new platform this summer: Their smartphone. Three months after its debut, Pokemon Go has broken records worldwide and was...

source: By Katherine Radin
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NASA scientists are designing metal fabrics that could one day be used for astronaut spacesuits, to shield a spacecraft from meteorites, or for capturing objects on the surface of another planet. The prototypes that Raul Polit-Casillas,...

source: Tech2

At this moment there are more than 500,000 pieces of space debris hurtling around the Earth. Traveling at speeds of up to 40,000 kilometers per hour, a satellite collision with these fragments is enough to damage and even destroy our communications networks. Accion Systems...

source: TechCrunch

Throughout history, scientific progress has depended on discoveries of new ways of seeing. Astronomers and cosmologists have pioneered these conjoined paths of technological innovation and scientific discovery. In Shouleh Nikzad's lab at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory...

source: SPIE

Global processing and packaging firm, Tetra Pak has announced it will launch a new suite of services for its customers using the latest digital technologies. The service will focus on improving the ability to predict machine errors, accelerating response times, and giving...

source: FoodIngredientsFirst.com

The U.S. "Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency" (Darpa) is an elite organization tasked with developing secretive military technologies. True to form, its logo is oddly reminiscent of a supervillain's — imposing and stark....

source: New Statesman

Facebook says it is working on technology to allow us to control computers directly with our brains. It is developing "silent speech" software to allow people to type at a rate of 100 words per minute, it says. The project, in its early stages, will require new technology...

source: BBC News

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