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Google's AlphaGo software defeats human Go champion in first match
Google's computer program AlphaGo defeated its human opponent, South Korean Go champion Lee Sedol, on Wednesday in the first face-off of a historic five-game match.
 
Space shouldn't be the privileged domain of big countries but a frontier open to all, astronauts and scientists gathered in Costa Rica said Monday.
 
Email inventor, Ray Tomlinson, dies
Raymond Tomlinson, the inventor of modern email and a technological leader, has died, his employer said Sunday.
 
Dartmouth's 'wand' pairs medical devices to Wi-Fi
Doctors could keep better tabs on their patients between visits with a simple wave of a magic wand-like device being developed at Dartmouth College.
 
Google said Friday it would implement changes in how it applies the so-called right to be forgotten for online searches made in Europe.
 
Google on Thursday said that it is working with UNICEF to map the spread of Zika and pitching in a million U.S. dollars to support the group's efforts on the ground.
 
Astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth on Wednesday after an unprecedented year in space for NASA, landing in barren Kazakhstan with a Russian cosmonaut who shared his whole space station journey.
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2 spacemen back home after year aloft: 'We did it!'
Astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth on Wednesday after an unprecedented year in space for NASA, landing in barren Kazakhstan with a Russian cosmonaut who shared his whole space station journey.
 
Wildlife secrets revealed with advanced tracking devices
Solar-powered trackers on wings have recorded California condors soaring to 4,600 meters, while locators attached to humpback whales have revealed 300-meter dives to underwater mountains. And GPS collars on Yellowstone grizzly bears are giving new insights into one of the most studied large carnivore populations in the world.
 
No, smartphones aren't that innovative: Why economy, pay is lagging
It's a dreary thought.
 
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