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Zumwalt-class destroyers

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Giant mirrors shine winter sun on dark Norwegian town

Microsoft builds big giant Xbox One

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General Dynamics Bath Iron Works launched the first of the Navy’s next-generation Zumwalt-class destroyers on Monday at its Bath, Maine, shipyard.

The 610-foot-long ship is chockablock with new technologies including radar reflecting angles, a striking inward-sloping tumblehome hull, an all-electric integrated power system, and an advanced gun system.
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Docked in the middle of San Francisco Bay, the four-story structure is sitting idle day after day. CNET broke the story of the mystery barge earlier this week, and now, we know what it is.
Caption by / Photo by James Martin/CNET
Three remote-controlled mountaintop mirrors now reflect light on the shady valley town of Rjukan, which has never seen sunlight during winter.
Caption by / Photo by Krister Soerboe/AFP/Getty Images
A colossal Xbox One console appears on the streets of Canada to celebrate the upcoming console's launch. How big? Well, taller than the average person.
Caption by / Photo by Microsoft
Taiwan's ITRI has a floating augmented-reality touch-screen system that would improve upon "Minority Report" technology, and it's ready to license it.
Caption by / Photo by ITRI
Researchers have dissected an 18-foot-long oarfish and discovered some more unusual creatures on the inside.
Caption by / Photo by Catalina Island Marine Institute
Twirl your handlebar mustache and hop on the Concept 1865, a 19th-century bike reimagined with modern plastics and an electric drive.
Caption by / Photo by Ding3000
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