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Hakuto's lunar rovers cross the sand in Hamamatsu

It was a windy, blustery day when Google Lunar XPrize team Hakuto took to the dunes in Hamamatsu to test their rovers. We were there to capture the proceedings.

14 Images By January 23, 2015

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Motorized beach umbrella drills itself into the sand

Fed up with wobbly beach umbrellas that take flight at the slightest breeze? The DrillBeach might be just the thing for you.

By December 10, 2014

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'Abandoned in Place': Forgotten space launch sites left to the sands of time

Photographer Roland Miller has made it a mission to document space launch sites abandoned across America.

By November 25, 2014

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Wear the sands of Tatooine on your wrist

This limited-edition watch features sand from the "Star Wars" set of Tatooine in Tunisia, and is proudly worn by none other than Chewbacca himself.

By September 2, 2014

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Microsoft HoloLens: An experience you never knew you wanted (hands-on)

HoloLens delivers a robust and surreal augmented reality that will leave even a VR skeptic slack-jawed.

By January 21, 2015

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'Mad Max: Fury Road' trailer full of sand, grit, rusty rat rods

Tom Hardy takes on the role of Mad Max as the sand flies in a first-look trailer for the 2015 post-apocalyptic film.

By July 28, 2014

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Google Lunar XPrize: Testing rovers on the beach with Team Hakuto

Hakuto of Japan is one of the teams vying for the $20 million Google Lunar XPrize. We hit the beach in Hamamatsu to see the team's rovers, MoonRaker and Tetris, in action.

By January 23, 2015

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Turtle robot draws Nazca line-inspired artworks on the beach

A beach robot creates large-scale sand drawings autonomously, sent to it wirelessly via an app.

By January 11, 2015

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Car-nage: 'Mad Max: Fury Road' trailer looks absolutely demented

The road warrior is back in this jaw-dropping preview of what could be 2015's most visually stunning movie.

By December 11, 2014

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Tomorrow Daily 110: Why SpaceX's rocket failure is okay, the Golden Globes gets diverse, and more

Amazon and Netflix each brought home awards from the Golden Globes, because they're creating diverse, compelling content filled with powerful performances. We take a minute to dissect why diversity reigned king last night at the Golden Globes, and why that's great for everyone who loves good TV.

By January 12, 2015