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Microsoft working on drones to catch mosquitos 
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Microsoft working on drones to catch mosquitos

Project Premonition aims to catch mosquitos more efficiently in order to control the spread of disease.
Stephen Elop departs Microsoft, Myerson takes charge of hardware 
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Stephen Elop departs Microsoft, Myerson takes charge of hardware

Satya Nadella has shuffled his executive pack in an effort to "align structure to our strategy".
Will Apple Editors give it too much power over the news? 
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Will Apple Editors give it too much power over the news?

Apple News is building a newsroom, raising questions about how much influence private tech companies should have over reporting.
A robot that 3D-prints steel is building a bridge in Amsterdam - but can it get over it? 
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A robot that 3D-prints steel is building a bridge in Amsterdam - but can it get over it?

Netherlands-based developers are hoping this robot can advance the world of construction with a steel-mesh bridge.
British Library reveals top clauses for digital Magna Carta 
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British Library reveals top clauses for digital Magna Carta

Clauses expose a generational gulf when it comes to online priorities.
Phone data offers insights into unemployment trends 
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Phone data offers insights into unemployment trends

Research shows correlations between mobile use and joblessness, which could supplement official employment stats with real-time changes
Uber is creating an iPhone game for driver training 
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Uber is creating an iPhone game for driver training

UberDRIVE challenges users to test drive their city knowledge, but it's currently US-only.
This tiny robot tentacle is so accurate it can lasso live ants 
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This tiny robot tentacle is so accurate it can lasso live ants

Iowa State University team comes up with extremely gentle micro-tentacle that can lasso an ant without killing it.
Watch the computer that runs on water droplets 
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Watch the computer that runs on water droplets

Stanford University scientists develop computer that runs on water droplets, with the aim of manipulating physical matter.
Swedish donors sent SMS when their blood saves a life 
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Swedish donors sent SMS when their blood saves a life

With donations in decline, the Swedish blood service is experimenting with electronic thank-you messages to keep donors coming back.
Google's new company aims to transform our cities 
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Google's new company aims to transform our cities

Google is aiming to solve urban problems with a new company, but there are ethical concerns about transparency.
Reddit announces shift in harassment policy 
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Reddit announces shift in harassment policy

The 'front page of the internet' is starting to remove questionable subreddits.
Prosthetic leg gives feeling back to amputees 
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Prosthetic leg gives feeling back to amputees

Austrian scientists' artificial leg allows amputees to feel, eliminating 'phantom limb' pain.
10 best software Easter Eggs 
FEATURE

10 best software Easter Eggs

Even the most po-faced software products may contain an in-joke, game or moment of madness. Stuart Turton seeks out software’s sillier side
How does power over Wi-Fi actually work? 
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How does power over Wi-Fi actually work?

PoWiFi can power devices over a standard internet router, but how does it work and what are its limits?
US Air Force working on new scramjet capable of Mach 5  
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US Air Force working on new scramjet capable of Mach 5

The aircraft could travel from New York to Los Angeles to only 30 minutes.
Facebook reveals AI ambitions with new research lab 
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Facebook reveals AI ambitions with new research lab

Facebook is opening its first AI research centre outside of the US.
How technology is curing mental illness 
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How technology is curing mental illness

Scientists are using cutting-edge tech to take aim at illnesses like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
MIT developed a self-folding robot 
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MIT developed a self-folding robot

This little robot literally bends to your will - before self destructing.
Forget fingerprints: long-range iris-scanning is the future 
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Forget fingerprints: long-range iris-scanning is the future

The technology could be used in everything from payment to law enforcement.
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