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Ford's RUTH robot arm extends hand to North America

Tactile robot arm that tests car interiors has arrived on North American soil, where she's poking and prodding 2013 Fusions to collect data that helps engineers make a more comfortable car.

By Jul. 17, 2012

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Ford's RUTH robot gets touchy-feely with interiors

Ford has been working with a tactile robot arm to evaluate the look and feel of its vehicle interiors. The machine is meant to replace subjective human testers.

By Dec. 16, 2009

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Should Ruth Madoff have her MacBook taken away?

A recent Vanity Fair article reveals that Ruth Madoff is an Apple MacBook user. Should she have to give it up if she hasn't already?

By Aug. 13, 2009

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Fan fodder: What if Babe Ruth had high-tech training tools?

That's a perennial bar debate, but some latter-day major league clubs are now using a high-tech pitching simulation system that's generating quite a buzz around spring training.

By Mar. 5, 2008

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Another Ruth home run

By Jun. 23, 2004

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Eureka! A scientific formula for the perfect grilled cheese

Scientists at the British Royal Society of Chemistry have revealed the science for creating the ideal grilled cheese on toast. Now that's an experiment we can get behind.

By Aug. 20, 2013

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Cyton Gamma robot arm to work with humanity

Ready to hold hands with a robot arm? Lighter than a laptop, this articulated mechanical limb "is not just another robot for roboticists," says Robai.

By Jul. 25, 2012

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Upercool-say! Aussie Lingodroids create own language

Researchers in Australia set a few robots loose on the linguistic landscape. The droids come up with random words to navigate, and even create, maps--with surprising accuracy.

By May. 19, 2011

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Who was Steve Jobs? New kids book aims to answer

The latest entry in the "Who was...?" series shines a spotlight on the late Apple leader for young readers.

By May. 17, 2012

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Supreme Court invokes '1984' fears with GPS car tracking

But a government lawyer argues that Fourth Amendment expectations of privacy do not automatically extend to cars on public roadways, in a case stemming from the police tracking of a suspected drug dealer.

By Nov. 8, 2011