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on Thu Jul 23 1:15 PM

Kamcord launches full mobile-game livestreaming | GamesBeat | Games


Look out, Twitch and YouTube. You may lose the mobile-gaming video battle before it even starts.
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on Wed Jul 22 8:40 PM

Free Poker Class from MIT is Now Online


A new course offered through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology teaches students how to use math and applied theory to get better at gambling.
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on Wed Jul 22 11:00 AM

Knight Foundation ponies up $3.2M to help reinvent American elections | VentureBeat | Deals


The money will support 22 projects designed to stimulate civic participation as we approach the 2016 national elections.
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on Wed Jul 22 7:32 AM

Water, Water Not Everywhere: Why Puddles Stop Spreading


Puddles make water easier to spot and wipe up, but the traditional laws of physics say water should spread indefinitely. So why doesn't it?
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on Wed Jul 22 7:29 AM

Generating power, 600m up in the air


Are airborne wind turbines the future of wind energy?
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on Tue Jul 21 12:50 PM

Sound waves gently cull circulating tumor cells from blood samples -- ScienceDaily


The capture and analysis of circulating tumor cells (CTCs) is a valuable tool for cancer treatment decisions and therapy monitoring. Researchers are using sound waves to isolate CTCs without physical contact or damage to the cells, assuring that...
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on Tue Jul 21 11:16 AM

Robotic surgery linked to 144 deaths in the US


A study says that surgical robots were involved in operations that resulted in at least 144 deaths over a 14-year period in the US.
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on Mon Jul 20 9:12 PM

Beach bombs are legacy of Tampa's role in WWII training - U.S.


A World War II era bomb that washed up on St. Pete Beach over the weekend could have been lurking beneath shallow coastal sand for years, a local military expert said.
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on Sun Jul 19 12:42 PM

Engineering potential treatment for all four dengue serotypes -- ScienceDaily


A multinational research team comprising scientists, engineers and drug developers have joined forces to develop a viable dengue therapeutic that targets all dengue serotypes.
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on Wed Dec 31 7:00 PM

Barnacles Explain Life at the Extreme


Moffett Field CA (SPX) Jul 22, 2015 Barnacles - a type of marine crustacean - are highly adaptable animals. Unlike many other groups that prefer quieter waters, they like areas with a lot of activity, are hardy against dry spells that sometimes...
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