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L.A. Times Tech BlogThe Pentagon released video footage of a test flight of an unmanned experimental aircraft as it sped through air at 20 times the speed of sound earlier this month....
L.A. Times Tech BlogFoldit gamers help unlock possible AIDS-fighting protein: The next time someone tells you that playing video games is a waste of time, feel free to bring this up. Over a three week period, gamers playing Foldit, an online a protein-folding game, helped to...
Brand XCharlatans and con artists have laid claim to its power for centuries. In science fiction, Jedi knights call it “the Force,” and the mind-bending X-Men (and Women) are old hats at it. It is the stuff of fantasy. Now, that fantasy of harnessing th...
L.A. Times Tech BlogWith four scrawny fuselages and wings stretching more than the length of a football field, Boeing Co.’s solar-powered drone looks a bit like a flying antenna. But the government is hoping that the aircraft, dubbed the SolarEagle, will one day be capable...
KickingTiresWe???ve been hearing that the age of the robotic car is just upon us ever since the car was invented, it seems. After all that hot air, a company announced it has tested a driverless car over 140,000 miles on......
L.A. Times Tech BlogIt may look like a toy commando truck from the G.I. Joe cartoons, but the Pentagon is serious about developing a flying Humvee. The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, has handed out about $9 million in contracts......
Brand XElection Day: Check where to vote on Google. You are going to vote, right? [Google] Demi Lovato heads for treatment: Joining a long list of troubled teen stars, the Disney singer-actress has "fought through eating disorders and has struggled with cutting,...
L.A. Times Tech BlogA battery that's the size of a grain of salt? That's the goal for a group of scientists and engineers at UCLA, who are working to develop a tiny version of lithium-ion batteries, which are typically found in laptops, cellphones......
KIAHNASA is ready to boldly go where no one on Earth has gone before. The "100 Year Starship Initiative" was announced last week by NASA Ames Research Center director Simon "Pete" Worden. Experts at the Johnson Space Center in Houston are working on making...
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Frederick Jelinek, an electrical engineering professor who was a pioneer in creating the technology that allows computers to interpret human speech and translate languages, died Sept. 14 of a heart attack in his office at Johns Hopkins University in...
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KTLA NewsDARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) has sent out a work order to the company or agency who can build them a flying vehicle that can travel both by land and air, lift off without a runway, carry up to four personnel, and handle itself in...
Tags: U.S. Military, CyberGuy, Vehicles, KTLA
Brand XThe case for celebrity leaks: The recording of Mel Gibson berating his ex-girlfriend almost makes dumping celebrities’ laundry on the Web seem like a necessary idea. Tina Brown writes that the exchange between Gibson and his baby's mother "makes it...
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