Living Large in 140 Square Feet

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Aiming For 'Wild and Crazy' Energy Ideas

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Student Facebook Use Might Affect Future Success

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The Ouya game console and controller. Games are sold through something like an app store, allowing customers to sample them before buying. Courtesy of Ouya hide caption

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Game Console Ouya Lures Buyers With $99 Price Tag

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Global Thermostat's pilot plant in Menlo Park, Calif., pulls carbon dioxide from the surrounding air. The next challenge is to find uses for the captured gas. Courtesy of Global Thermostat hide caption

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This Climate Fix Might Be Decades Ahead Of Its Time

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No Free Doughnuts, Even In Space: PayPal is announcing a project with SETI, aiming to solve issues around taking regular people — and commerce — into space. Here, an artist's rendering of a space hotel, from the Space Tourism Society. John Spencer/Space Tourism Society hide caption

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ELSA, or Enabling Language Service Anywhere, gives users quick access to interpreters who can translate between English and 180 other languages. YouTube hide caption

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Translation, Please: Hand-Held Device Bridges Language Gap

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An anti-government protester wearing a gas mask uses a cellphone to read the news on social media as demonstrators gather at midnight in Istanbul's Taksim Gezi Park on June 13. Ozan Kose/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A lettuce thinner manufactured by Ramsay Highlander removes excess seedlings from the field so that others have room to grow. Just one worker is required to operate the machine. Rachel Estabrook hide caption

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A Jordanian woman surfs the Web at an office in the Amman, Jordan, on Sept. 30, 2009. The country's government is under fire from media activists for blocking hundreds of websites across the kingdom. Ali Jareki/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Jordan Accused Of Targeting Online Dissent

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