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Not every Subaru all-wheel-drive system is created equal

Though they all carry the same badge and moniker, there are actually quite a few different versions of Subaru's AWD system in use today.

By February 19, 2014

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Crave giveaway: Crucial SSD, plus System Mechanic PC tune-up software

This week's prize comes in two parts, one hardware and one software. Is it your computer's lucky week?

By May 17, 2013

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Killer robots may wage 'mechanical slaughter,' U.N. warns

A month after Human Rights Watch launched its "Campaign to Stop Killer Robots," a United Nations special rapporteur calls for a moratorium on robots that can kill without human control.

By May 30, 2013

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How GE got on track toward the smartest locomotives ever

These sensor-packed locomotives compute some 150,000 data points per minute. CNET Road Trip 2014 got a chance to see how they're built.

By June 21, 2014

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Walking With Dinosaurs: Reviving the prehistoric

As Walking with Dinosaurs prepares for a monster tour of the US, we talk to the Aussie studio that creates the prehistoric beasts.

By June 18, 2014

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Virtual soccer now a World Cup fan's best prediction tool

FIFA, the video game, has become strikingly lifelike, turning it into a World Cup fanatic's simulation playground.

By June 8, 2014

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It's not the bus, stupid. It's the system

The tech backlash is getting out of hand, and too many people are looking in all the wrong places for a villain to blame.

By January 25, 2014

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Origami unfolds a new world of shape-shifting electronics

Researchers are using the geometry of paper folding to come up with futuristic antennas that can retract and compress.

By May 22, 2014

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Microsoft keyboard prototype integrates gesture control

Microsoft Research has designed a keyboard that integrates gesture controls for a more seamless user interface.

By April 28, 2014

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The secret to swarming robots? Simplicity

Simple robots that identify and move toward each other could open the way to armies of machines that measure pollution, pollinate plants, or fly through our bodies.

By April 18, 2014