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For the horologically-inclined, the rise of the smartwatch poses a problem.

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Jason Dalton was reluctant to talk at first because, as he told police, he didn't want to come across as a "crazy person."

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By: Tim Nudd, @nudd

The figure "would give you an assignment and it would literally take over your whole body," Jason Dalton told investigators

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We keep seeing cool new designs. So why do modern aircraft still look 50 years old?

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Phil Nuytten isn't Tony Stark -- the Hollywood movie character who invents the "Ironman" suit -- but why would he want to be? For deep sea divers, Nuytten is already a star.

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Phil Nuytten isn't Tony Stark -- the Hollywood movie character who invents the "Ironman" suit -- but why would he want to be? For deep sea divers, Nuytten is already a star.

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Science has taken us to space, cured diseases and split the atom. Creating cooler travel pants should be a cinch.

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One of the ultimate AI challenges will tell us a lot about computers' potential to enrich life, say Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Demis Hassabis

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By: WILLIAM GRIMES

The computer programmer chose the “at” sign to separate a user name from a destination address in his new messaging program.

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Cuba's communist-run government has gradually welcomed technology that makes the nation more open to the world.

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Astronaut Scott Kelly arrived in Houston to hugs, beer and apple pie after nearly a year in space.

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Attorney General Loretta Lynch is traveling to the heart of the U.S. technology industry to make her pitch that tech companies should help the government access their customers' data for national security investigations.

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Decades after the U.S. Air Force unveiled one if its first stealth combat planes, the B-2 bomber, lawyers are still arguing over the origins and legal ownership of the technology that allows pilots to fly virtually undetected by enemy radar.

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Every now and again, we all indulge in dreams about traveling in time. Wouldn't it be wonderful to return to that specific point in the past to change a bad decision or relive an experience -- those halcyon days of childhood, that night you won an...

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Here's what you always wanted to know about leap year ... but were too afraid to ask.

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