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- Video Friday: Transferring Human Motion to a Mobile Robot Manipulator October 18, 2019Your weekly selection of awesome robot videosFan Shi
- IEEE Standards Association’s New Look Reflects Its Evolution October 17, 2019The association commits to “Raising the World’s Standards”Tania Olabi-Colon
- The Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame: LiftMaster Garage Door Opener October 17, 2019Some engineers resolved to make garage door openers safe, and they paved the way to industry dominanceBrian Santo
- The Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame: Fujitsu Plasma TV October 17, 2019Flat-screen TVs were a sci-fi staple until Fujitsu made them realBrian Santo
- The Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame: Apple AirPods October 17, 2019Scorned initially as “expensive cigarette butts,” these earbuds are now among the most successful everBrian Santo
- Video Friday: Transferring Human Motion to a Mobile Robot Manipulator October 18, 2019
- China's indebted HNA group names chairman's son as president: Caixin
- Exclusive: Huawei in early talks with U.S. firms to license 5G platform - Huawei executive
- U.S. oil major Chevron says hopeful about maintaining Venezuela presence
- Boeing pilots' messages on 737 MAX safety raise new questions
- Boeing 737 MAX test pilot grappled with simulator flaws, too
- Exclusive: Electric Hummer could be part of GM's move into EV trucks, SUVs - sources
- Trump hopes U.S.-China trade deal will be signed by middle of November
- China says will work with the U.S. to address each other's core concerns
- Mnuchin backs proposal to double IMF's crisis fund
- Opioid settlement talks fail, landmark trial expected Monday
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- Sculptor transforms Rome's dead trees into art October 19, 2019Andrea Gandini, a 22-year-old Roman sculptor, is making a growing name for himself by turning the Eternal City's dead tree stumps into much-admired pieces of art.
- Fate of Japan's imperial dynasty rests on shoulders of 13-year-old October 19, 2019When Japan's youngest prince, Hisahito, visited Bhutan in August on his first overseas trip just months after his uncle Naruhito became emperor, his trip was regarded as the debut of a future monarch on the world stage.
- Why does art matter? Banksy asks, offering originals for the right answer October 18, 2019British street artist Banksy is selling a Union Jack stab vest, riot helmet 'disco balls' and a 'designer handbag' made from a brick to randomly selected buyers who can answer the question: "Why does art matter?".
- Sculptor transforms Rome's dead trees into art October 19, 2019
- Egypt unveils biggest ancient coffin find in over a century
- Sculptor transforms Rome's dead trees into art
- Bye Bye, Bei Bei: National Zoo panda leaves for China next month
- Hundreds of dignitaries to attend as Japan's emperor declares enthronement
- One-wheeled juggling: Lagos children learn new skills at unicycle academy