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Researchers at MIT have created a robotic cheetah that can run at an average speed of 5 mph and jump over obstacles up to 18 inches tall. In other words, police dogs are officially put on notice.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook continues to make good on his public vow to make regular charitable donations, and in doing so further differentiates himself from former company leader Steve Jobs.
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Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch, which once housed loads of animals and amusement park rides, is on sale for $100 million. You'll probably have to prove you can pay for it before you're allowed through the gates, though.
When placed on a heated surface, the bot's PVC layer will contract, which, thanks to a series of strategically placed cuts, causes it to fold up into an origami shape with legs and a body.
Facebook has finally added support for GIFs on their desktop platform. This comes after their work around two years ago and GIF support added for their messenger in March.