Tester Finds Novel Ways To Use Google Glass

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Just What Is Yahoo Anymore, Anyway?

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A recent study on data from a dating app found all women except black women were most drawn to white men, and men of all races (with one notable exception) prefer Asian women. iStockphoto hide caption

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Andres Quiroz, an installer for Stellar Solar, carries a solar panel during installation at a home in Encinitas, Calif. Sam Hodgson/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Tech Leaders, Economists Split Over Clean Energy's Prospects

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A screenshot of Half the Sky, where virtual successes sometimes lead to real-life donations. Games For Change hide caption

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For Advocacy Groups, Video Games Are The Next Frontier

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Customers at Honeygrow in Philadelphia can charge their cellphones while they dine using one of Doug Baldasare's kiosks. Emma Lee/For NewsWorks hide caption

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Businesses Woo Customers With Free Phone-Charging Stations

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Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius visits navigators helping enroll people on HealthCare.gov. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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HealthCare.gov Team Working Through Holiday To Meet Deadline

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Dee Faught tests a robotic arm installed on his wheelchair in September. Commercially produced robotic arms can cost tens of thousands of dollars, but three Rice engineering students built one for Dee for about $800. Eric Kayne for NPR hide caption

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'The Coolest Thing Ever': How A Robotic Arm Changed 4 Lives

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A Welsh man has realized that he threw out a stash of Bitcoins along with an old computer hard drive. At an exchange rate hit today, they would be worth around $7.5 million. Here, a photo of tokens representing Bitcoins. Rick Bowmer/ASP hide caption

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A Day In The Life: Blacks At The Cutting Edge Of Innovation

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