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MIT researchers create world's trickiest tongue twister

According to speech communication scientists from MIT, "pad kid poured curd pulled cod" is the most difficult phrase to spit out. Give it a try.

By Dec. 9, 2013

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Microsoft renames its old Surface computer as PixelSense

Making room for a new Microsoft-branded tablet, the table-top, multitouch computer that Microsoft unveiled in 2007 gets a new name.

By Jun. 18, 2012

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Autistic kids generally shun e-mail and chat

Most kids in a new autism study spend the majority of their time playing video games and watching TV, but less than half report using e-mail or chat.

By Jan. 26, 2012

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Oops! Word 6 converters may cause system crash if used with Word 98

Oops! Word 6 converters may cause system crash if used with Word 98

By Jun. 10, 1998

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Now hear this: Beat box creates music using RFID tags

There's a lot of tech out there to help you create music, but RFID tags is a new one. See how two NYU students are using the wireless tech to make beats.

By Dec. 16, 2011

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Woman on plane films Endeavour rocketing to space

Delta passenger Stefanie Gordon posts Twitter pictures, video clip of space shuttle flying near airliner headed from New York to Miami.

By May. 16, 2011

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Robot cars invade California, on orders from Google

Google has been testing self-driving cars on roads in California, according to a report, and so far they've avoided everything but a minor fender bender--caused by a human-driven car.

By Oct. 9, 2010

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Epson scanner, Photoshop and "TWAIN Acquire" in Mac OS 8: a problem

Epson scanner, Photoshop and "TWAIN Acquire" in Mac OS 8: a problem

By Aug. 22, 1997

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Photos: Tuning up autonomous vehicles

Willow Garage will act more like a robotics think tank and will eventually devise licensing models for its technology.

By Oct. 24, 2007

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A day seen through Google searches

Google Hot Searches allows one to see a list of trending searches--an edited one--and gain at least a little insight into the mood and interests of the public.

By Nov. 2, 2010