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Combat Robots to Battle at Fifth Annual ComBots Cup

Combat robots from around the world will once again make the annual pilgrimage to California to fight for the glory of the ComBots Cup, a giant trophy coveted by builders the way baseball players covet a World Series ring. The robots are about the size of a red wagon, but zoom at speeds of 40… Keep Reading

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Chinese Dissident Liu Xiaobo Wins Nobel Peace Prize

Chinese citizen, Liu Xiaobo, has just won the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize despite still being held in a prison at Jinzhou. Liu Xiaobo’s fight for human rights and freedom of expression for his countrymen began back in 1989, when he joined a student protest at Tiananmen Square. That demonstration was subsequently crushed by the Chinese… Keep Reading

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Employment for Utility Solar Power May Grow by More than 20 Percent

The Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) today hailed the release of a first-of-a-kind report that shows empirical evidence for the potential for job creation by utilities integrating solar power onto their electric grids. The National Solar Jobs Census 2010, conducted by The Solar Foundation and Green LMI with technical guidance from Cornell University, is the… Keep Reading

Gadgets

iPhone Glass Backs Increasing Incidents of Cracking

Apple’s love for using glass settings for nearly all of its stylish and innovative new products is starting to come back to haunt it. The  smart phone developer is experiencing many cases of cracked glass in its new iPhone4 series of mobile cell phones. Apparently third party slip-on cases, which are extremely popular among iPhone… Keep Reading

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Biometric Wallet Provides Hi-Tech Security

The makers of one of the world’s most famous brands of accessories, Dunhill, has just released an innovative new wallet set to change the way personal belongings are safeguarded. Dunhill’s new wallet is made from full carbon fiber and works on a biometric locking and opening system. This new high tech wallet ensures that pickpockets… Keep Reading

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Tickle Lipo Claims Less Painful Liposuction

Tickle Lipo, or more commonly known as Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture (N.I.L), is a form of liposuction that tricks the body into thinking that it is not in pain by letting it register tingling sensations around the treated area. The FDA approved process is as effective as traditional liposuction for the purposes of fat removal and… Keep Reading

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Google Expects 15% Profit Gain on Android

Google stocks are set to rise over the course of the next few months as its new smart phone operation system, Android, continues to gain popularity in the United States. The market for smart phone software has become increasingly competitive with rising consumer demand for phones with internet capabilities. The market is currently being battled… Keep Reading

Science & Tech

Three Share 2010 Chemistry Nobel Prize

STOCKHOLM – The 2010 Nobel Prize for Chemistry was announced on Wednesday to be jointly shared by three people. Two Japanese and one U.S. scientist were awarded the accolade for their part in creating a new tool that makes it easier to build complex chemicals. According to the prestigious Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, the… Keep Reading

Entertainment

Movie Dramatizes Afghan Capture of Prince Harry

LONDON – A new documentary that depicts the possible scenario of England’s Prince Harry being kidnapped by Afghanistan forces is set to be aired on British TV this month. The grandchild of Queen Elizabeth served with the military back in 2008 and was at one point stationed in Afghanistan. The new documentary film will envision… Keep Reading

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