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Lego female-scientist minifigs rock their own Twitter account

Followers are flocking to the Lego Academics on Twitter to watch the toy scientists tackle the amusing everyday challenges of academia. Creator Donna Yates shares her Lego story.

By August 20, 2014

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Richard III bone chemistry reveals royal life of luxury

Isotope analysis of the bones of the last Plantagenet king has revealed fascinating details about how he lived his life.

By August 17, 2014

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Found! Atari's E.T. games dug up from New Mexico landfill

After 31 years hidden in the wake of one of the worst video game failures in history, thousands of E.T. and other Atari games were uncovered Saturday. The find ended the mystique of a great industry legend.

By April 26, 2014

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How BentProp and undersea robots found long-lost WWII bombers

Hundreds of families of Americans missing in action in Palau since World War II have long wondered what happened to their loved ones. Now cutting-edge oceanographic technology is helping find answers.

By April 20, 2014

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Apple execs reflect on the Macintosh at 30

"The best thing to happen to the Mac in last 10 years was iOS," says Bud Tribble, Apple's vice president of software technology and a member of the original Mac team.

By January 24, 2014

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Pay dirt! Steve Jobs' 30-year-old mouse found in time capsule

After digging inside the Aspen Time Tube, archaeologists find the treasure they were looking for: the mouse Steve Jobs used before the time capsule was buried in 1983.

By September 23, 2013

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Google bringing ebooks based on Android game Ingress

Google's augmented reality game Ingress is about to become even more augmented, with a series of novels based on characters and stories from the game's lore.

By March 18, 2013

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'No, I’m Lara Croft, and so's my wife!'

The latest Tomb Raider trailer wants us to embrace the Lara Croft in all of us.

By February 27, 2013

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Stone Age cave art: the world's first animation

Cave art that had been created in the Paleolithic age is thought to be the world's first attempt at producing a moving picture, not a muddled mess of limbs and heads.

By September 18, 2012

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Archaeologists: Mayans were green builders

Team excavating vast ancient city in Belize uses NASA LiDAR technology and reveals a society of rooftop urban agriculture.

By May 12, 2010