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In the new Pokémon Go app, players can use their smart phone to see, battle, and catch the monsters in their world. The app will be released to the public sometime in July. Courtesy of Niantic Labs hide caption

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Virginia Anderlini (right) was the first private client to try out Dr. Sonya Kim's new virtual reality program for the elderly, and says she's eager to see more. Kim's handful of programs are still at the demo stage. Kara Platoni/KQED hide caption

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Human Or Machine: Can You Tell Who Wrote These Poems?

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"We're raising our girls to be perfect, and we're raising our boys to be brave." - Reshma Saujani Bret Hartman/Bret Hartman / TED hide caption

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Can Coding Help Girls Take Risks?

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LGBT Self-Defense Site 'Pink Pistols' Gains Followers After Orlando Massacre

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The Text4Baby app sends free, periodic text messages in Spanish or English to pregnant women and new moms about prenatal care, labor and delivery, breastfeeding, developmental milestones and immunizations. Kristin Adair/NPR hide caption

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This photo provided by Rep. John Yarmuth, D-Ky., shows Democrat members of Congress, including Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., (center) and Rep. Joe Courtney, D-Conn., (left) participating in a sit-down protest seeking a vote on gun control measures, Wednesday on the House floor. Rep. John Yarmuth/AP hide caption

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Barbershop: Taking Stock Of Orlando With Members Of The LGBTQ Community

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