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Icis: It's like Google Glass, but classy

The makers of a new nose-perched wearable device say it's far sexier than Google Glass and has a more human-friendly interface.

By February 18, 2014

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Man dies after jumping into icy river to retrieve cell phone

A man drops his cell phone into the Chicago river, jumps over a railing to get it back, and ends up in the water. He dies. A woman who jumped in after him is missing.

By January 13, 2014

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Europe to explore Jupiter's icy moons

The European Space Agency intends to launch the JUICE mission in 2022 to better understand Jupiter's moons and their potential for sustaining life

By May 3, 2012

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Europe to explore Jupiter's icy moons

The European Space Agency intends to launch the JUICE mission in 2022 to better understand Jupiter's moons and their potential for sustaining life.

By May 2, 2012

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New maps of Mercury show icy-looking craters

Data from NASA's Messenger spacecraft bolsters the case that ice lines the inside of polar craters on Mercury.

By March 28, 2012

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NASA images capture icy nucleus of distant comet

In a precision, high-speed flyby, a recycled NASA spacecraft takes spectacular images of a peanut-shaped comet's frozen nucleus and multiple jets of icy debris.

By November 4, 2010

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Time-lapse video depicts Flight 1549's days in icy Hudson

A video shot by artist David Martin depicts the fallen Airbus A320 submerged in the icy waters of the Hudson River for days before being lifted out and placed on a barge.

By January 22, 2010

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Cool down that Cuervo shot with IcyCold

Attach a bottle of choice to the top of the machine and let the liquor drop to a temperature colder than ice.

By June 15, 2008

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New & Noteworthy: Apple adds NY Times to Sherlock; Streaming seminar; Totally Hip acquires ici Media; more

New & Noteworthy: Apple adds NY Times to Sherlock; Streaming seminar; Totally Hip acquires ici Media; more

By August 15, 2001

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Dutch chipmaker sues to silence security researchers

Smart card security research lands Dutch University in court on Thursday as NXP Semiconductors attempts to keep details of its products' security holes private.

By July 9, 2008