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Building a giant telescope atop Mauna Kea will come with educational opportunities that Hawaii shouldn't close the door to, the president of a Native Hawaiian group that supports the project said.
 
Taiwanese business owners in Indonesia have set up a Formosa Technology Center to train Indonesian workers, a move they hope will serve as an example of how Taiwan can push ahead its "New Southbound Policy" in Southeast Asia.
 
Watch this space
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches from Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, early Sunday, Aug. 14.
 
The view from the Pacific Northwest
The Milky Way lights up the Pacific Northwest sky during the Perseid Meteor Shower by the windmills located north of Dayton, Washington on Friday morning, Aug. 12.
 
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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Cyborg stingray
In this Wednesday, Aug. 3 photo, a tissue-engineered robot swims in a laboratory at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
 
Apple, Microsoft unholster new gun emojis
Apple and Microsoft on Friday appeared to be aiming in opposite directions with freshly unholstered gun emojis.
 
Droning on
In this undated file photo, Chang Tong-lin, founder of the ArkLab-Open Skyler, operates a drone that he built as a student of mechanical engineering. The drone can remotely monitor water quality.
 
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