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LAS VEGAS - Even the ATM machines were suspect at this year's Defcon conference, where hackers play intrusion games at the bleeding edge of computer security.

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Patrick Norton's article on getting broadband internet into a moving car. Get back on TV Pat!

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Coca-Cola is planning to launch Enviga, a soda that is said to burn 50 to 100 calories just by drinking a 12-oz. serving, next year, per one executive.

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Patrick Norton's article on getting broadband internet into a moving car. Get back on TV Pat!

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More than half a century of U.S. dominance in science and engineering may be slipping as America's share of graduates in these fields falls relative to Europe and developing nations such as China and India, a study released on Friday says.

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The world's oldest monastery plans to use hi-tech cameras to shed new light on ancient Christian texts preserved for centuries within its fortress walls in the Sinai Desert.

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Images taken of an object five times the mass of Jupiter confirm that it is a giant planet closely orbiting a distant star, an team of astronomers reported. The team of European and American astronomers said this is the first time a planet outside of our solar system has been directly observed.

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"Microchip pioneer Jack Kilby, who won the 2000 Nobel Prize for co-inventing the integrated circuits that ushered in the digital age of personal computers, cell phones and the Internet, has died after a brief battle with cancer. He was 81."

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Previously unpublished letters by Albert Einstein to a Japanese pen pal show the physicist to be defensive over the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki which became possible through his genius.

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The guy with the original portable telephone embedded in his shoe has passed. He was also the voice of Tennessee Tuxedo and Inspector Gadget. Long live the Cone of Silence.

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Images taken of an object five times the mass of Jupiter confirm that it is a giant planet closely orbiting a distant star, an team of astronomers reported. The team of European and American astronomers said this is the first time a planet outside of our solar system has been directly observed.

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More than half a century of U.S. dominance in science and engineering may be slipping as America's share of graduates in these fields falls relative to Europe and developing nations such as China and India, a study released on Friday says.

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LAS VEGAS - Even the ATM machines were suspect at this year's Defcon conference, where hackers play intrusion games at the bleeding edge of computer security.

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Patrick Norton's article on getting broadband internet into a moving car. Get back on TV Pat!

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The guy with the original portable telephone embedded in his shoe has passed. He was also the voice of Tennessee Tuxedo and Inspector Gadget. Long live the Cone of Silence.

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A spacewalking astronaut gently pulled two potentially dangerous strip of protruding fabric from Discovery's belly with his gloved hand Wednesday, successfully completing an unprecedented emergency repair job.

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"Workers at call centres based in India are selling personal information which puts tens of thousands of people at risk of computer fraud, Australia's national broadcaster said"

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When you run backwards you use your muscles and senses in ways that you normally wouldn't. The first part of this may make you think it's just about enthusiasts, but about midway a professor and a physical therapist talk about how it can help you recover from injuries, and prevent them in the first place as long as you don't trip over that pothole.

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Images taken of an object five times the mass of Jupiter confirm that it is a giant planet closely orbiting a distant star, an team of astronomers reported. The team of European and American astronomers said this is the first time a planet outside of our solar system has been directly observed.

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"Microchip pioneer Jack Kilby, who won the 2000 Nobel Prize for co-inventing the integrated circuits that ushered in the digital age of personal computers, cell phones and the Internet, has died after a brief battle with cancer. He was 81."

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