The TEO robot uses a camera to detect creases and can then "iteratively reduce the wrinkleness" of garments using a standard household iron
Pumas in Santa Monica are trapped in small areas bisected by big roads, on which many die – but an ambitious wildlife crossing promises to change that
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Dozens of clinics across the nation are using ketamine—also known as the club drug Special K—to treat depression.
The planemaker's latest effort to save the slow-selling super jumbo.
With Phil Lord and Christopher Miller leaving the young Han Solo movie, one thing is clear: Star Wars is officially too big to direct.
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One good outcome of the hung parliament chaos will be a Queen's speech devoid of an utterly unscientific vow to resume fox-hunting, says Stephen Harris
Learning to code is as easy as playing with Koov, a set of programmable building blocks.
The House and Senate are crafting legislation to govern autonomous driving at a national level.