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This is the world’s fastest mobility scooter, and it goes over 100 mph

This is not your grandfather's mobility scooter, unless your grandfather's wheels were seriously turbo-charged. Affectionately named the "Rascal," this mobility scooter proves that getting older doesn't have to mean getting…
Photography

Check out this pro skier’s stunning 360-degree video shot with a ‘selfie string’

Swiss pro freeskier Julian Vuignier has created an awesome action video using nothing more than an iPhone 6 and a piece of string. Swinging the phone around his head as he performs a series of stunts, the results are, to put it…
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This room-service robot is a real hit with hotel guests

A room-service robot called Relay is proving a hit with hotel guests with a penchant for high-tech gadgets. Currently trundling around the corridors of 12 hotels across the U.S., the bot-on-wheels delivers a variety of items and doesn't…
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A North Korean satellite passed over Levi’s Stadium after the Super Bowl ended

A North Korean satellite, the second of two confirmed by NORAD, passed over Levi's Stadium about an hour after Super Bowl 50 ended.
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Amazon’s first Super Bowl ad campaign puts Echo on display 0:30

Amazon's voice controlled digital assistant saw an official release last summer. With its new Super Bowl ad campaign the company is trying to show the difference between Echo and your average smartphone assistant.
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92 percent of students prefer physical books to e-readers

According to research from linguistics professor at American University, Naomi Baron, linguistics professor 92 percent of students still prefer to do "serious reading" using books that make use of actual ink printed on a physical page
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SweepSense makes your phone or laptop smarter by using its speaker and microphone 1:46

Three researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are behind SweepSense, which aims to make devices smarter by giving them the ability to sense their surroundings using the speakers and microphones they already have.
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Astronauts can enjoy the Super Bowl too

Tonight, over 100 million viewers are expected to tune in to watch the action between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers, and among that enormous audience will be members of the International Space Station crew.
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Microsoft’s Cortana gets sexually harassed, but she fights back

Last week, we learned that you don't have to be showing any skin to be sexually harassed (if we didn't know that already), and now, we've learned that you don't have to be human to be the subject of offensive, suggestive commentary either.
Mobile

The mobile technology of Super Bowl 50

From the ads to the apps, this year's Super Bowl promises to be the most spectacular yet, and the key to much of the game's success this year would appear to lie in mobile technology.