Marsupial Robots Ain’t Cuddly, But They Are Totally Brilliant
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These are the so-called marsupial robots: A drone as the baby tethered safely to the mother robot, in this case a tracked vehicle. The post Marsupial Robots Ain’t Cuddly, But They Are Totally Brilliant appeared first on WIRED.






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How 23andMe Won Back the Right to Foretell Your Diseases
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Using science and lots of focus groups, the company convinced the FDA that people can understand genetic testing results. The post How 23andMe Won Back the Right to Foretell Your Diseases appeared first on WIRED.






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Daran Tereyan Te Lyrics – Roshan Prince
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Daran Tereyan Te Lyrics by Roshan Prince from Punjabi movie Arjan is composed by Gurcharan Singh and written by lyricist Savvy Dadwal.






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Which Of Ted's Girlfriends On "How I Met Your Mother" Are You?
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Say what you will about Ted Mosby, but he dated some cool women. View Entire Post ›






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Which Ross Geller Moments From "Friends" Prove That He's The Worst?
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We love you but we hate you. View Entire Post ›






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14 Reasons Why Cruella De Vil Is Secretly A Feminist Hero
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Just put aside the whole “killing puppies thing” for like a minute. View Entire Post ›






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These Two Movie Tests Will Determine If You're A Film Snob
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Easy and Hard mode available. View Entire Post ›






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Spotify Premium Director Robert Lamvik leaves company for meditation app Headspace
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 Meditation app Headspace recently brought on Robert Lamvik, Spotify’s now-former director of its premium service, and Dr. Megan Jones Bell, former chief science officer at mental health startup Lantern. Their respective roles at Headspace are head of growth and chief science officer — two new roles at the company. Read More






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Alleged NSA hack group Shadow Brokers releases new trove of exploits
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 Shadow Brokers, the group behind last year’s release of hacking exploits used by the National Security Agency, has dropped another trove of files. In a Medium post today, the hacker group offered up a password giving free access to files it had previously tried to auction off. Read More






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