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Ship noise disrupting humpback whale feeding: study
One of the biggest threats to humpback whales spending their summers in New England is being hit by a passing ship.
 
Ancient ice reveals clues about Earth's past climate
Inside a huge walk-in freezer in suburban Denver, a college student in a thick parka shoots a jolt of electricity through a 90-centimeter-long column of ice extracted from Antarctica.
 
Leisure golfers keeping Japan's fairways busy despite poor consumer spending
Japanese consumer spending is in the doldrums but a Singapore-listed business trust believes the nation's golf market is in full swing.
 
Pokemon players not welcome at Cambodia's genocide museum
The game "Pokemon Go" has caused distress in Cambodia, where some smartphone-wielding players have been chasing its virtual characters at a genocide museum that was a torture center in the 1970s.
 
Olympic tweets earn comedian Leslie Jones a ticket to Rio
Elite athletes dedicate years of training to reaching the Olympics, but American comedian Leslie Jones has been summoned to Rio after just a few days exercising her funny bone from her sofa.
 
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.
 
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