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After many false starts, Ulf Leonhardt is pushing ahead with research to develop cloaking technology.
Regulators from competing government agencies struggle for control over a popular online game.
Rather than be one massive structure, vehicles would run up a cable tethered to a mass in orbit.
Robots would operate autonomously for months on end, providing valuable data on water conditions.
Rines was well known for his prototype radar, along with his belief in the existence of Nessie.
Extending a bird-watching system, a team devises method for real-time spotting of dangerous debris.
Online congregations offer sermons, private prayer chats with pastors and virtual gathering places.
New models reveal consumer preferences for cheaper, portable computing alternatives.
Inspired by lotus leaves, new nano technology prevents freezing rain from collecting on road surfaces.
Declining snowpack and the loss of glaciers will mean periodic shortages for major river systems.