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Fake cactuses host hidden license-plate cameras in Arizona town

Arizona drivers with stolen license plates should be wary of cactuses. One town has installed cameras tucked away in faux versions of the spiny plants.

By May 11, 2015

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Citroen concept refits C4 Cactus production model for 118 mpg

Developing new technologies to maximize fuel economy, the French carmaker shows how it can make its standard C4 Cactus model achieve over 100 mpg.

By October 2, 2014

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Citroen's C4 Cactus Airflow 2L maximizes fuel economy (pictures)

Citroen modifies its C4 Cactus model with a new, hybrid drivetrain and aerodynamic features to achieve 2-liters of fuel usage per 100 kilometers.

9 Images By October 2, 2014

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HabitRPG helps you win at life and zombie cactuses

If you want to make some life changes but tend to care more about your health bar than your actual health, gamifying your goals with an app like this one can help.

By July 15, 2014

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The Citroen C4 Cactus is more than just a pretty face

You may or may not have read about Citroen's C4 Cactus recently. You can make your own minds up on the styling; suffice to say it's an acquired taste, and is sure to spur lively debate as they start appearing on the roads.

By February 15, 2014

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Johnny Cash's legacy lives on through a tarantula

A new tarantula found in the vicinity of California's Folsom State Prison has been named after the original Man in Black.

By February 4, 2016

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Robots take the wheel in desert race

DARPA's robot racing challenge will pit research teams against a hazardous course--and just maybe a cactus or two. Photos: 'Stanley' revs up for robo race

By October 7, 2005

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Invensys snags U.S. network provider

The U.K. automation equipment maker aims to strengthen its position as a growing player in the telecommunications market by adding Cactus Integration Group to its lineup.

July 11, 2000

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Short take: Mac Report comes to print

Digital Cactus, a media communications company, said it has plans to offer a print version of its free electronic weekly, Mac Report, available to paid subscribers in the Untied States starting Sept. 16. A one-year subscription is being priced at $99.50 and includes software such as Nisus Writer 5.1, games, and other titles.

August 17, 1998