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Frog Fractions 2 leaps into Kickstarter

Frog Fractions 2 is seeking funding, and it's somehow even more mystifying than its predecessor.

By March 10, 2014

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Startled frog photobombs Minotaur 5 rocket

In a viral photograph, a Virginia frog has been caught taking one giant leap for amphibian kind.

By September 12, 2013

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Scientists briefly revive extinct frog from dead cells

Australian scientists break new ground in embryonic cloning by bringing back a dead frog species using eggs from a distant cousin.

By March 18, 2013

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Frog Design's vision of wearable tech (pictures)

Designers around the world submitted concepts for cool and functional wearable technology products. Take a look at the winning designs.

8 Images By February 20, 2013

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Frog Fractions: the best Flash game you'll ever play

Eat bugs! Learn about fractions! Except ... not really, and we are confused.

By October 25, 2012

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Meet Kermit the Frog, gadget geek

q&a Who knew that the most famous Muppet loved iPhones and iPads? CNET jumps at the chance to ask tech-related questions of the world's most beloved frog.

By December 7, 2011

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Bing unveils first HTML5 video, with a frog on it

Microsoft has unveiled the first HTML5 animated home page for its search engine and Google rival Bing.com, and it's got a frog on it.

By November 16, 2011

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Frog eggs could help robot noses sniff pollutants

Take specially treated frog eggs, inject some insect RNA, and stick the concoction up a robot's nose to give the bot a keen sense of smell.

By August 24, 2010

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frog design, the book: How design strategies are shaping the future of business

Frog Design founder and former CEO Hartmut Esslinger has written his first book, and it is available in stores now: A Fine Line - How Design Strategies Are Shaping the Future of Business. Part autobiography, part how-to innovation guide, part outlook to t

By July 3, 2009

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Knitted-frog dissection skips the formaldehyde

True, you won't get to see the muscle fibers or elastic tongue or whiff the formaldehyde. But he isn't glued down, which means you can take him out and cuddle him. Bonus!

By June 29, 2009