Gene editing about to get a lot more powerful

WASHINGTON (AP) — Scientists are altering a powerful gene-editing technology in hopes of one day fighting diseases without making permanent changes to people’s DNA.

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Billionaire space prospectors are racing to mine the moon, and that's a good thing

Over the next 10 years, space-age prospectors will fly to the moon in hopes of striking it rich. And this interplanetary cash-grab might just be the key to human survival, centuries down the line.

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Fitbit’s leaked smartwatch: What’s new, what’s missing

The Fitbit Blaze didn’t set the world on fire, but its maker hopes that the sequel wins over more shoppers—and more people away from the Apple Watch.

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SCOTUS Scuttles Apple's Big Samsung Award


The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday spoiled Apple’s hopes for a big payday, scotching the $399 million award in its successful patent infringement suit against Samsung. Justice Sonia Sotomayor delivered the Court’s decision, which turned on what lawmakers meant by the term “article of manufacture.” According to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, the article of manufacture in this case included the entire phone — even though the design elements cribbed from Apple represented only a part of a phone sold by Samsung. The Supremes disagreed.

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Amazon's delivery drone team will like the sound of this significant FAA decision

Amazon is investing much time and money in its Prime Air drone, which it one day hopes will deliver packages to customers in under 30 minutes. Flying out of the line of sight of an operator is still a major issue, though a recent FAA decision offers hope.

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HP launches laptops with privacy-guarding displays, limited field of view

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HP has a new screen technology it hopes will keep nosy over-shoulder readers from snooping on your hardware — but will consumers bite?

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IBM details next-gen POWER 9, will take the fight to Intel’s data center strongholds

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IBM has revealed details of its upcoming Power 9 architecture — a chip it hopes will let it take the fight back to Intel and contest Chipzilla’s ownership of the data center market.

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Apple hopes to get its books, movies back online in China

Apple Inc. said Friday it hopes to resume its online iTunes and iBooks services in China, where they were recently shut down less than seven months after being launched.

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Retro toy ThingMaker comes of age, debuts 3D home printer upgrade

Mattel has long held a place in childhood play. An upgrade to its 1960s hit, ThingMaker, hopes to continue the tradition in a very modern way.

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This little black box could change the Internet in Africa

Kenyan start-up BRCK has secured $3 million in funding for an invention that hopes to change the face of internet connectivity across Africa.


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Samsung working to copy iPhone 6s Live Photos feature for next Galaxy S7

Article Image Samsung hopes to maintain its “lead by following” style of innovation for this year’s Galaxy S7 launch by copying the Live Photos feature Apple developed for iPhone 6s, but it may not be done in time for launch.

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Samsung rushes out rose gold Galaxy to meet South Korea's iPhone 6s launch

Article Image Without the time to copy Apple’s more significant features, Samsung hopes that a coat of rose gold paint will help its higher-end phone sales survive a second shock wave from iPhone 6s, due to launch in South Korea next week on October 23.

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Amazon gets FAA approval for drone testing

Amazon, which one day hopes to make deliveries via drone, has received permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to perform testing of its Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) technology.

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Net Neutrality Hostilities Resume


The battle over Net neutrality has been reignited, dashing the hopes of those who thought it might be settled in February, at least in part, when the United States Federal Communication Commission is expected to make its ruling on the issue.
Democratic members of congress led by Sen. Patrick Leahy on Wednesday introduced the Online Competition and Consumer Choice Act of 2015. The act’s provisions are in line with invoking Title II of the Communications Carrier Act, a plan that President Obama endorsed in November.

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