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In spring of 2013, Texas-based start up TrackingPoint Solutions released the first ever precision-guided firearm, which is essentially a long-range, laser-guided robo rifle. Call it the gun of tomorrow:

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Neurons each act like a relay station for electrical signals. The heart of each neuron is called the soma — a single thin cablelike fiber known as the axon that sticks out of the soma carries nerve signals away from the neuron, while many shorter bra

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Why did they evolve this peculiar way of walking? The biologists that discovered them aren't sure yet, but they do have some ideas. It might be more useful for moving straight across sand, or in carrying heavy objects while keeping their head and ey

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http://www.dvice.com, Colin Druce-McFadden

It's been years in the making, but at long last the Argus II "bionic eye" implant is being made available to the American public. Lucky individuals like Ron from Britain and the States' own Dean Lloyd already know what benefits the implant can afford

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