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Microsoft Corp's lineup of Surface tablets, laptops and desktop computers has always been a paradox.
Stratasys Ltd employees ran a marathon of sorts earlier this month as they dashed to dozens of Twin Cities schools to introduce 3,500 students to the wonderment of 3D printing.
Despite the danger of excessive Internet use and the threat of bullying, most teenagers around the world are "relatively" happy with their lot, a major OECD survey showed.
Sheltered beneath a canvas sheet to escape the blistering desert sun, miles from any roads or power lines, a group of Indian children huddle around a tablet and experience the Internet for the very first time.
Swiss researchers said they have developed a wireless camera system to monitor vital signs in premature babies, a move that could replace uncomfortable and highly inaccurate skin sensors.
Back in October, Deschutes Brewery Inc’s Brian Faivre was fermenting a batch of Obsidian Stout in a massive tank. Something was amiss; the beer wasn’t fermenting at the usual temperature. Luckily, a software system triggered a warning and he fixed the problem.
"This is nice, it tickles me," Kaspar the social robot tells four-year-old Finn as they play together at an autism school north of London.