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Sitting still for long periods of time playing video games may increase people's risk of developing life-threatening blood clots, doctors warn.
Barnes & Noble announces the Nook, an e-Reader that matches the Kindle in price but includes full color.
The FBI says a scientist who tried to sell classified secrets to Israel had worked on the U.S. government's Star Wars missile shield program.
My trip to the Norrebro Brewhouse proved that the tastiest brews in Denmark might also help to save the planet.
To get it into fleets at Coca-Cola, Frito-Lay and FedEx, the Indiana auto veterans at Bright Automotive are hoping for a federal loan.
A group of high school students from Philadelphia is on a mission to prove that it doesn't take an automotive giant to build a fuel-efficient car.
Regen gives solar power a high-design finish. The result: $40,000 from the Consumer Electronics Association.
As EVs plug in, they'll need to interact with a more sophisticated electric grid. And that's exactly what a platoon of wised-up utilities has in mind.
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