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A new variety of robotic “muscle" uses oil-fueled pouches activated with electricity to flex.
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While self-help as a genre can feel limited, a new class of digital counselors can feel impossible to ignore.
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Aurora, founded by self-driving car superstars from Google, Tesla, and Uber, makes a big move toward commercialization.
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Still-unidentified researchers have found a critical chip flaw that developers are scrambling to patch in millions of computers.
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Three students have won a design competition by rethinking how America's best-selling vehicle should adapt to advances such as electric propulsion.
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It was about creating more than just an “event.”