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A walk through the 2nd Annual World Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science.
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EIA's latest numbers shows a continuous growth in energy consumption, led by China and India.
TR35 winner Shwetak Patel has developed sensors that could change the way we live.
Panos Ipeirotis set out to study the dollar value of online reputation, and along the way he discovered the counter-intuitive ways that reviews inform it
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The Dyson Hot resembles the hoop from the Harry Potter sport. Is it overdesigned?