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High-tech security
A woman holds a smartphone running a Microsoft school security system at Lishan Primary School in Taipei, Thursday, June 16. The system uses low-frequency high-speed and wireless long-distance enabled dynamic spectrum access (DSA) technology to install a comprehensive surveillance network in the school. Any pupil spotting a suspicious person can press emergency buttons installed across the school's premises. Thanks to the DSA technology, the surveillance cameras nearby can immediately send a live video feed to the school's central security room.
Cygnus space capsule departs International Space Station
WASHINGTON - Orbital ATK's unmanned Cygnus space capsule departed from the International Space Station on schedule Tuesday, three months after delivering 7,500 pounds (3,400 kilos) of supplies, material for scientific experiments and equipment to the orbiting outpost.
'Everyday Architecture Re-made in Taiwan'
The historic city of Venice hosts the 15th Architecture Biennale this year, with exhibitions spanning from May 28 to Nov. 27. Venice, Italy, in and of itself an architectural phenomenon...
Are you on the Internet or the internet?
Apple makes Siri smarter, rolls out software improvements
Apple kicked off its annual software developer conference with an artificial intelligence upgrade for Siri, its digital assistant, as well as new software features for other devices and an overhaul of its music service.
Electronic Arts teases its forthcoming 'Star Wars' games at E3
Electronic Arts is leaning heavily on The Force.
Solar-powered pilots' globe-circling flight arrives in NYC
The pilots of a solar-powered airplane on a globe-circling voyage that began more than a year ago said their flight over the Statue of Liberty before landing in New York inspired them on their mission to promote a world free from reliance on fossil fuels.
'Star Trek' actors take series' first VR game for a spin
It looks like the trippiest episode of "Star Trek" ever created.
The Swiss pilot readying to cross the Atlantic in a solar-powered plane on the next leg of a record-breaking, round-the-world mission says he is making science fiction reality.
Los Alamos, a once secret city where scientists participated in the nation's classified World War II nuclear development program, can now be experienced much like it was then with a new app.
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