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In June, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously affirmed its earlier ruling on patent claims involving computers and software .
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One of largest antique and classic car shows on the East Coast - and in the country - celebrates its 51st year when it rolls into Macungie Memorial Parks' 42 acres this weekend .
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Moshe Hogeg, the brains behind viral notification app Yo and CEO of Israeli communication startup Mobli, has launched a new app called Mirage .
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THE finishing touches are being put on the large sculptures that will take centre stage during the Stockton International Riverside Festival's Community Carnival.
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Dope smokers find e-cigarettes and high-tech 'mods' are great for smoking in public, with less fear from cops and bouncers.
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Startup Weekend brought entrepreneurs to Hillsborough Community College and other locations to pitch ideas, share information, meet experts and network.
Kevin Kelly remembers acting as a liaison between a University of Hawaii professor and a company that was sponsoring the professor's research.
That's the plan for one Arizona entrepreneur, Tony Mulligan, who designed a remote-controlled buoy named Emily to help rescue swimmers in distress.
Steven Paul Jobs was able to revolutionize the world by insisting on a seamless, symbiotic relationship between art and technology.
It was announced last month that the world's fastest supercomputer, Tianhe-2, can carry out almost 34 quadrillion calculations per second, meaning that, according to Kurzweil, we have the potential to simulate one and two-thirds of a human brain inside a single machine.
Dr. Robert Howe says his medical practice in Massachusetts showed him how computerized tomography could make precise 3-D images of body parts.
When Maurice Kanbar got headaches from drinking alcohol, he came up with a solution: Skyy Vodka, regular vodka minus the impurities that he said gave him headaches.
Juggling a basket of bread and honey cinnamon butter atop a stack of appetizer plates at Texas Roadhouse in Monaca, venture capitalist Chris Olsen was simultaneously out of his element and perfectly in line with duties as an executive board member for an Oakland-based tech company.
In our last few articles we delved into Thailand's intellectual property system by examining how copyrights and trademarks are protected and enforced.
Using a recycled box, packing paper, foam, duct tape and other materials items, 6-year-old Sylvia created her very own "alone-time house" in response to a camp assignment that asked her to create something that will help solve one of her problems.
It's not that Mike Rowe got too old to do Dirty Jobs - even though he is 52, and he did, by his own estimation, do more than 200 hours of everything from scavenge bat caves for guano in the series' 2003 opener to, more recently, dry out cow bladders and paint them to be Mardi Gras party pinatas.
He invented a device called "Bunch O Ballons" which allows you to fill 100 water balloons in less than a minute.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 08:07 pm
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