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Beer-Loving Robot Prefers Tecate Over Bud Light [VIDEO]
While scientists have yet to perfect artificial intelligence, they’ve at least perfected artificial beer preference. When it comes to brewskies, this thirsty robot named DARwIn-OP know what it likes — the folks who built him over at Trossen Robotics actually programmed him to have a drink of choice.…
Entire Counterfeit Apple Store Uncovered in China [PHOTOS]
Given the Chinese population’s well-documented love of Apple products — and the Chinese government’s well-documented disregard for copyright laws — it should come as no surprise that there are many counterfeit iPads floating around the land of a billion plus.
But an entire fake Apple store, selling e…
Business School Offering $74,000 Scholarship for Best Tweet
Twitter skills are going to score one student a full ride to The University of Iowa’s Henry B. Tippie School of Management.
To win the $37,200-a-year scholarship, applicants have to answer one of their essay questions within Twitter’s 140 character limit. The Trippie School’s website does encourage t…
Teacher Uses Angry Birds to Explain Projectile Motion to Students
With over 200 million downloads to mobile devices, Angry Birds is a full-fledged phenomenon. Now an Atlanta teacher has found a way to use it as an educational tool as well.
Since the birds are catapulted into the sky, John Burk, a ninth-grade physics teacher, felt it was a great way to teach student…
POP Phone Turns Your Cell Into an Old-Fashioned Handset
There was once a time when talking on the phone was a quiet affair, usually in the privacy of one's own home or an enclosed glass booth. Other people's phone calls have since become an annoyance, due to the ubiquity of the cells and the fact that Bluetooth headsets make it nearly impossible to tell …

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