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Hoppy suds for a local cause

The seventh annual Hop N’ Barley Beer Festival kicked off at Skypark in Scotts Valley.

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China launches next-generation carrier rocket

China's next-generation carrier rocket blasted off from the country's new Wenchang space port Saturday, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.

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How to catch drones smuggling drugs into prison

It was your usual stockpile of prison contraband: six tightly wrapped packages filled with drugs, tobacco, rolling papers and porn.

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Facebook will require political bias training for employees

It's easy to forget that people are ultimately responsible for the way technologies work.

After anonymous sources accused Facebook workers of promoting liberal leaning stories online, the company is under pressure to prove that it's as politically neutral.

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Driverless cars create a safety 'dilemma'

You're riding in a driverless car with a loved one. It's cruising down a one-way, single-lane road with a barricade to the left and a wall to the right.

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CNN

China can't buy enough industrial robots

China's hunger for robots is huge and growing fast.

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Solar Impulse 2 completes Atlantic crossing

Experimental solar plane Solar Impulse 2 has made history by crossing the Atlantic without a single drop of fuel.

Flying into the southern Spanish city of Seville as the sun rose behind him, pilot Betrand Piccard was flanked by an honor guard from th...

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Should robots have to pay taxes?

If robots are going to steal human jobs and otherwise disrupt society, they should at the very least pay taxes.

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Twitter's new app is all about you

Do you ever go to Twitter and think, "This is neat, but I wish it was more focused on me"? The company released a new app on Tuesday called Engage that flips the experience upside down so you only see things that happen to your account.

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New drone rules could curtail cell tower deaths

The summer of drones is here. The Federal Aviation Administration released rules for the commercial use of drones on Tuesday, which will allow the nascent industry to fully emerge in August.

 
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