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Smart racket allows players to record swing speed, spin, where the ball hits the frame, while smart courts record every move a player makes
Discovery blasted the American space program to new heights and revived American the space program more than once. Kylie Atwood reports.
A new smartphone app in Britain is connecting good Samaritans to people who need help in an emergency. Alphonso Van Marsh reports.
NASA getting ready to award $4 billion contract to design new craft to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station
Doctor designs app to connect emergency responders with those in need
A study finds regular use of personal tablets may help severely autistic children learn and retain more words
A third of autistic children are still having difficulty speaking at age 5, even after years of early intervention. UCLA researchers are discovering that tablets and iPads can help those children learn to communicate. Danielle Nottingham reports from Los Angeles.
The drone is part of a research project called “Project Wing,” which was built by Google engineers as part of their secret research group called “X.” Google released video and details of the drone tested conducted in Australia
IBM's Watson has a new mission: Using its artificial intelligence capabilities to advance science and medicine
The Ralph Lauren polo tech shirt allows players to track their heartbeat, respiration and movement
Short promotional videos show softer side of jihad, urging viewers to sign up for Islamist extremism
Authorities raise aviation alert to highest level but all airports in Iceland open; ash in atmosphere can wreak havoc with air travel
CNET's Tim Stevens is tracking the Google Lunar XPrize competition around the world. His latest stop was Germany, where a team called Part-Time Scientists tested its robotic camera gear on a simulated lunar landscape.
Efforts represent latest salvo in broader competition with Amazon, which is also seeking to develop drones as delivery vehicles
The local government in St. Bernard's Parish has been attempting to cleanse the water supply for roughly three weeks. State health officials are now requiring more chlorine be put in the water. Health officials emphasize that you cannot be infected from drinking water. WWL's Thanh Truong reports.
Dust and extreme temperatures are just two of the challenges involved in designing a high-def camera for the moon
But don't blame the spiders - entomologists think they're just looking for a cozy place for refuge
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos
Fossilized nest suggests some dinosaur parents left teenagers in charge of their young
Crowdfunding for high-tech cooler hits $11 million and counting, topping the previous Kickstarter record