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Ultracold beryllium ions tackle 160 randomly chosen programs.
The collider consists of a ring of supercooled magnets 17 miles in circumference.
For younger gamers, Wii exercises and virtual sports burn just a few calories and don't help the heart.
The country hopes to launch a satellite without the aid of its space partners, following long delays.
As the United States steps up its cyberattacks, it finds training technowarriors isn't so easy.
Researchers report that they've successfully replicated a cat's cerebral cortex using a supercomputer.
Televisions account for 10 percent of a home's electricity use, and could rise with ever-larger sets.
The Jaguar XT5 is working on everything from climate change issues to developing new medicines.
New technology will allow families to remotely monitor relatives who may "wander" off.
NASA has confirmed that the plume created by a lunar impact indicates the presence of water.