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This Cheetah Robot Is 'A Ferrari In The Robotics World'

DARPA's made all types of robots, from "Big Dog" to "Wild Cat," and soft robots to flying robots. Their latest creepy invention is a robotic "cheetah" that can run, bound, and jump obstacles in its path all while running on a quiet electric motor, giving the robot its stealthy cat-like quality. Show More Summary

What It's Like Inside One Of Amazon's Massive Warehouses

Tis the season for holiday shopping. Black Friday follow by Cyber Monday and then several more weeks of last minute holiday shopping make for the most lucrative time of year for online retailers like Amazon. Already, Amazon's Thanksgiving sales were up more than 25% year-over-year, according to ChannelAdvisor. Show More Summary

You can watch the new Star Wars trailer on iTunes — and Youtube

Nerds around the world felt a great disturbance in the force, as if millions of Internet users suddenly scrambled to watch their first glimpse of the new Star Wars film. The first teaser trailer of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the Disney-backed feature directed by J.J. Abrams and set after the original film trilogy, premiered […]

Celebrities Show Off Their Beats In Apple's New Ad (AAPL)

Beats released a new ad on Wednesday, and it's chock full of celebrities. The ad, called "#SoloSelfie," is a mashup of pop culture's A-list with celebrities like Serena Williams, Kendall Jenner, and Big Sean taking video "selfies" of themselves wearing Beats. Show More Summary

Max Levchin, Star Entrepreneur And Cycling Fanatic: 'I Still Want To Be The Fastest Guy Up The Hill'

When Max Levchin was 10 years old and growing up in Communist Ukraine in the mid-1980s, his parents saved up to buy him a junior-size road bike, a rare luxury, and his mother, a cycling enthusiast, taught him how to ride. His family happened to live in an apartment complex that stood behind Kiev's only open-air cycling track. Show More Summary

The 10 Tallest Buildings That Were Never Finished

Many buildings never get completed. Sometimes the construction phase burns out the fund, and the bricklayers have to halt. Some other times it is an event, like a war or a political shift, that stops the work halfway. The chart below,...Show More Summary

Apple's New iPhone Ad Shows Off One Of The Best Features Of iOS 8 (AAPL)

Apple has a new iPhone 6 ad out, and it touts one of the best features of iOS 8 —  the ability to make and receive calls from any Apple device. Gone are the days of lamenting a missed call while your phone was charging, or running around the house when you hear the phone ring. Show More Summary

'Dancing With The Stars' Did A Routine Set To Old Nintendo Music, And It's Amazing

"Dancing with the Stars" went old school on Monday night.  Mark Ballas and Sadie Robertson, from the show "Duck Dynasty," danced to music from "Super Mario Bros."  As expected, it was as amazing as any dance set to music from "SuperShow More Summary

Sony PlayStation Has Quickly Pulled A Blatantly Sexist Ad (SNE)

Sony quickly pulled an innuendo-ridden ad from its European PlayStation YouTube channel, The Verge reports, presumably because of spot's obvious sexist connotations. The ad, which first went online on November 21 but was soon set toShow More Summary

This Teen Went From Being A Die-Hard YouTube Fan To A Star With Thousands Of Fans

19-year-old Issa "Twaimz" Tweimeh has been a die-hard fan of YouTuber Shane Dawson for years. With more than 6 million subscribers, 1 billion views, and a brand-new movie, Dawson is a favorite in the YouTube community.  Last year, Twaimz...Show More Summary

What Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, And 11 Other Tech Visionaries Were Like In College

The technology industry is known for having been created by college dropouts like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Larry Ellison, but that doesn't mean these innovators didn't have meaningful undergraduate experiences. Bill Gates became friends...Show More Summary

Google Wrote An Equation For Deciding Which Engineers Should Get Promoted — Here's Why It Failed (GOOG)

Google is famous for making decisions based on crunching data. In most cases it works for the company, but using algorithms and insights isn't always the best approach. That was the lesson Google's VP of People Analytics, Prasad Setty, shared in an address at the company's re:Work conference (we first spotted the video of his speech on Quartz). Show More Summary

John Hodgman: ‘The government should be laying down broadband like Eisenhower laid down interstates’

Long before John Oliver called for an end to "cable company fkery," another comedian also named John was beating the net neutrality drum. As far back as 2006, author and actor John Hodgman was using postal envelopes to explain how Internet service providers might let content from Google and Amazon through to consumers very easily […]

John Hodgman: ‘The government should be laying down broadband like Eisenhower laid down interstates’

Long before John Oliver called for an end to "cable company fkery," another comedian also named John was beating the net neutrality drum. As far back as 2006, author and actor John Hodgman was using postal envelopes to explain how Internet service providers might let content from Google and Amazon through to consumers very easily […]

FCC calls on AT&T to explain its neutrality-inspired broadband “pause”

AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson's statement earlier this week that the company would "pause" the rollout of its high-speed, fiber-to-the-home program while questions about the country's net neutrality policies are resolved has caught the attention of federal regulators. Show More Summary

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