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New York university collects medical samples via drones in Madagascar
A suburban New York university is using drone technology to improve the health care of people in remote parts of Madagascar.
 
Taiwan-based smartphone brand HTC Corp. (宏達電), which has intensified its efforts to broaden its product portfolio, has teamed up with China's Alibaba Cloud in a strategic partnership to explore the booming virtual reality (VR) business.
 
A milestone in China
Two employees from AU Optronics Corporation (AUO) hold the first 5.5 inch Full HD panel manufactured from the firm's LTPS (Low Temperature Poly-Silicon) panel plant in Kunshan, China. It is the AUO's first panel plant in China.
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Rio organizers not first to bungle country's flag
Tip to event organizers everywhere: Check your flags and anthems. Then, check them again.
 
Idaho man finds mammoth tusk while digging on his property
An Idaho man stumbled upon a rare find while using a backhoe to dig in a gravel pit on his property.
 
1823 schoolhouse moves back to its original spot atop hill
With dozens of oxen leading the way, a historic schoolhouse has been relocated to the original spot where a prominent African-American scholar and legislator was once its schoolmaster.
 
Uh-oh: Driver backs into $290,000 Ferrari while parking
One driver may be giving her insurance company an expensive bill after she accidently backed into a nearly $300,000 Ferrari while attempting to parallel park outside a Virginia coffeehouse.
 
A skydiving plane caught fire shortly after taking off from a small Colorado airport, and the 13 trained jumpers aboard parachuted to safety before it made an emergency landing, authorities said.
 
Shirtless Trudeau becomes summer internet hit
Sightings of a shirtless Justin Trudeau are causing something of a stir across Canada and internationally this summer.
 
Laos' thirst for Mekong River dams imperils vital fisheries
Dismissing its neighbors' pleas, impoverished Laos is rapidly building a Mekong River dam that threatens fisheries crucial to millions of Southeast Asia's poorest people.
 
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