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Swiss inaugurate $12 billion rail tunnel, world's longest

Swiss inaugurate $12 billion rail tunnel, world's longest

Just like Hannibal in ancient times, Swiss engineers have conquered the Alps
Updated one month ago
Unplugged wedding: Here comes the bride, down go the phones

Unplugged wedding: Here comes the bride, down go the phones

Choosing a phone-free wedding ceremony, as one couple did, shows how much phones have altered even the most emotional moments of our lives
Updated one month ago
Some tips for keeping weddings smartphone-free

Some tips for keeping weddings smartphone-free

Deciding on a smartphone-free wedding is just the first step: You'll have to remind guests gently, but often, of your desire and reasons
Updated one month ago

State Dep't admits official censored 2013 briefing video

The State Department says an official deliberately cut several minutes of tape from a 2013 news briefing dealing with U.S.-Iranian nuclear questions
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Amazon's Jeff Bezos: 'Golden era' of technology is coming

Amazon's Jeff Bezos: 'Golden era' of technology is coming

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos says when it comes to technology, "We're on the edge of the golden era." Bezos (BAY'-zohs) offered a glimpse of his vision of the future during an interview Tuesday at the Code Conference in California
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US bionic engineer Hugh Herr wins prestigious Spanish prize

US bionic engineer Hugh Herr wins prestigious Spanish prize

American "bionic" limb specialist Hugh Herr has been awarded Spain's Princess of Asturias 2016 scientific research prize in recognition of his work to improve mobility for people with disabilities
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Googling yourself now leads to personal privacy controls

Googling yourself now leads to personal privacy controls

Soon, all you'll need to do is Google yourself if you're wondering how deeply Google has been digging into your digital life
Updated one month ago
Futuristic Dubai office showcases 3-D printing's potential

Futuristic Dubai office showcases 3-D printing's potential

A small group of employees in Dubai is starting to move into a new workspace that the emirate says is the world's first functional office building made using three-dimensional printer technology
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Russian Twitter parody account of Putin suspended

Russian social media users are voicing their outrage at Twitter's decision to suspend popular accounts parodying President Vladimir Putin and other officials
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The Latest: Assembly OKs disclosing state's hedge funds fees

The Latest: Assembly OKs disclosing state's hedge funds fees

Lawmakers have given initial approval to a proposal sponsored by California Treasurer John Chiang to disclose fees paid by public pension funds to hedge fund partners and other alternative investment vehicles
Updated one month ago