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China's military tries out Segways

Skilled riders, it seems, should be able to keep both hands on a weapon, take aim, and fire while still accelerating and turning the device with their body movements.

By July 3, 2008


Segway toughens up, heads in new directions

New omnidirectional RMP (Robotic Mobility Platform) is reportedly due at RoboBusiness.

By April 9, 2008


A Segway for your robot?

At least it's not asking for the keys to your car

By February 20, 2007


SoundJam MP 2.1 is out; Mac OS X preview version also available

SoundJam MP 2.1 is out; Mac OS X preview version also available

By June 15, 2000


Senate vote nears on posting chemical info online

Closely watched legislation to ban the online posting of chemical manufacturers' "worst-case" accident scenarios could face a Senate vote by early next week, sources say.

June 9, 1999


White House: Keep EPA reports off Net

Fearing the Net could give terrorists easy access to chemical manufacturers' "worst-case" scenarios, the Clinton administration wants reports kept on paper.

May 13, 1999


Congress mulls "worst-case" data online

Although the EPA abandoned plans to post chemical manufacturers' "worst-case" accident scenarios online, federal lawmakers want to ban any such proposal.

February 10, 1999


EPA backpedals on online data release

Amid pressure from national security forces, the agency scraps plans to post "worst-case" accident scenarios for chemical manufacturers around the country.

December 7, 1998


Officials debate posting EPA data

Recent terrorist activity is heating up a fight to stop the EPA from posting online chemical manufacturers' "worst-case" accident scenarios.

September 23, 1998