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WorldCup Exo Skel

The World Cup got its start this afternoon with a particularly special kick: one from a paralyzed volunteer wearing a robotic mind-controlled exoskeleton. The ambitious kick has been a long time in the making, with a whole group of volunteers training on the exoskeleton to make sure that there would be an operator skilled enough

Jorge Just, a student at New York University’s Tisch School for the Arts, has created an app that could make a real difference for people suffering under tremendous emotional distress in conflict zones. During five visits to Uganda, Mr. Just found that older systems for lost children depended on lots of legwork, picture walls and

 Listen To The Asiana 214 Crash As it Happened      

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      The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google is looking to bring Internet access into parts of the world where there is none. Of course every company wants to tap into emerging markets, however, the way Google wants to do this is very interesting. According to the Journal’s article, Google “has worked on making special balloons

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Just 7 years ago only 15% of the continent of Africa had mobile service.Today Africa is a new land of opportunity for the mobile phone market.

Several days ago, a photo of an 8-year-old Syrian rebel standing in front of heaps of rubble with an AK-47 slung over his shoulder went viral on the Internet.  The child appears to be smoking and is looking directly at the camera, though he seems to have little interest in it. “It’s a picture that is both

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  In a move that sounds like something from Hollywood fiction, for the first time, a computer group has declared war a nation. Today the notorious hacking group ‘Anonymous’ which has targeted pedophiles, companies, & financial institutions,issued their most audacious statement yet.  The Group says that it has begun a new initiative called “Operation Free Korea”

North Korea released the latest propaganda video showing President Obama, The US Military the White House all in a “Sea of Nuclear Flames” Naturally this is in North Korean, but if you want to read the translation we have it for you below.   Video Translation North Korea News – Invasion Of South Korea, 150,000

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  South Korean banks and television broadcasters were hit by a massive cyberattack today, with suspicion falling on North Korea as the source. The attack hit at 2 p.m. local time, temporarily crippling some banking institutions and disrupting operations at media outlets. No television stations were forced off the air and it’s not believed any

Chinas Air Pollution Problem

Wednesday, 20 March 2013 by
China Air

Record pollution chokes Beijing Beijing schools kept children indoors and hospitals saw a spike in respiratory cases Monday following a weekend of off-the charts pollution in China’s smoggy capital, the worst since the government began being more open about air-quality data. City authorities, who began releasing figures about some of the worst kinds of pollutants

North Korea Threatens Pre-Emptive Nuclear Strike Against U.S.   North Korea vowed on Thursday to launch a pre-emptive nuclear strike against the United States, amplifying its threatening rhetoric as U.N. diplomats voted on whether to level new sanctions against Pyongyang for its recent nuclear test. An unidentified spokesman for Pyongyang’s Foreign Ministry said the North


What defines something as “peaceful”? The absence of war, for one, is a pretty obvious element. Respect, generosity and open-mindedness make sense too. But it takes more than just understanding the definition to be a true advocate of peace, a just-launched non-profit says. PeaceEarth, a digital-first project, aims to create a network of “peace builders”