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Anti-hijacker trap door among loony Ig Nobel prizes

Also honored: research into the beer-goggle effect, walking on lunar water, and the probability of cows lying down.

By September 13, 2013

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Extremely Large Telescope gets rather strong vote of confidence

Intergovernmental astronomy group the European Southern Observatory votes to begin construction on the world's largest optical/infrared telescope.

By June 14, 2012

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Lessons from a Web 1.0 archeological dig

Think the tech set is getting carried away? Our writer found a BroadVision lint brush, a RedHerring smart card, a BackWeb first-aid kit and some dot-com boom perspective while cleaning the garage.

By April 28, 2008

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Seminal computer video game Spacewar lives again

MIT creates a simulation to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Spacewar. A relic of the early days of minicomputers, it was one of the first computer video games and set the stage for many others, including Asteroids.

By February 11, 2012

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Infrared satellite survey reveals 17 lost pyramids

Discovery on a massive scale could mean excavations for generations to come. Meanwhile, a robot finds symbols in the Great Pyramid of Giza.

By May 26, 2011

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Scientist: We've found Atlantis (maybe)

University of Hartford scientist says he and his research team may have found the lost city of Atlantis beneath Spain. They'll present their findings on the National Geographic Channel tomorrow.

By March 12, 2011

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Review: 2008 Mini Cooper S Clubman

CNET Car Tech reviews the 2008 Mini Cooper S Clubman.

By May 14, 2008

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'Transformers' opens July 4, Indy and others next

As the 'Transformers' movie opens this Independence Day, other '80s favorites loom on the horizon.

By July 2, 2007