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A Japanese engineer has created a trash can that moves on its own to catch your trash. Developed by Minoru Kurata, the device features a wall-mounted sensor that detects which direction the trash is...

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If you haven't been following the day-to-day happenings of drones, it can be hard to know where to get started: Who's flying drones, and why? What are they doing with them? How does the government...
In Africa, over 100 million people are now using Facebook. But they don’t use it quite like we do here in the U.S. Each month, as Mark Zuckerberg and company revealed today, 80 percent of those 100...
A coalition of groups working to preserve net neutrality wants web hosts to symbolically slow down the internet for one day to show what life might be like if internet service providers are allowed to...
It took only two minutes of sitting on the side of the road near Halifax, Nova Scotia, for this unusual hitchhiker to flag down a ride with a pool-noodle arm fitted with a yellow rubber kitchen glove....