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Parrot Flower Power

For data lovers, the Flower Power tracks and charts well. For everybody else, the Flower Power lacks the convenience of the competition.

By June 3, 2014

2.5 stars Editors' rating June 3, 2014
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Behold the first flower to bloom in space, a cheerful zinnia

The crew of the International Space Station welcomes spring in orbit as experimental zinnia plants eke out a happy orange flower.

By January 18, 2016

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Is this the first flower that ever bloomed?

A freshwater plant from the Cretaceous era has been identified as one of the first ever flowering plants.

By August 18, 2015

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The world's only opalised pearls, 65 million years in the making

The world's first opalised pearls have been found in the Australian desert, dating back 65 million years, when it was covered by an inland sea.

By February 8, 2016

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Astro-barista: Watch how coffee gets made on the space station

Astronaut Tim Peake gives Earth-bound space fans a lesson in making coffee from up on the International Space Station.

By January 19, 2016

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Scott Stein's tour of the South Hall

From drones, flower pots and VR headsets to smartwatches from Huawei, CNET's Scott Stein takes us on a CES floor tour.

By January 6, 2016

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The Patin brings the futuristic robot butler one step closer to reality

A new gadget from Japanese company Flower Robotics fuses artificial intelligence and cloud technology with a Roomba-liked household gadget.

By November 6, 2015

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Bonsai tree and flowers, in spaaaaace! (pictures)

A bonsai tree and a floral bouquet float into the stratosphere, where they're photographed before being lost forever. Why? Art -- that's why.

7 Images By July 28, 2014

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Leave a flower for the fallen in virtual 'Game of Thrones' graveyard

Pay your respects in this online memorial to those who met their ends in Westeros and beyond. But be careful, this graveyard is haunted by spoilers.

By June 12, 2014

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Sculpting flowers smaller than a human hair

Through careful modification of simple chemicals in a beaker, Wim Noorduin is able to grow beautiful crystalline structures at the nano scale.

By June 11, 2014