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Feed Google News Sci Tech: Monkeys should be able to speak if human brain in control: study - Xinhua (google.com)


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Monkeys should be able to speak if human brain in control: study
Xinhua
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10 (Xinhua) -- Monkeys have the vocal tracts to produce human speech sounds, but what they lack is a speech-ready brain, a new study has found. The study, conducted by researchers from the U.S. and Europe and published this week...
Say, What? Monkey Mouths And Throats Are Equipped For Speech03:12WBUR
Why don't monkeys talk? Their vocal tract might not be the problem.Christian Science Monitor
Lack of right wiring in primates' brains prevents them from producing human-like speechPerfScience
International Business Times-Tech Times-Gizmodo-The Inquisitr
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Feed Google News Sci Tech: How Michigan lawmakers seek to open the way for self-driving cars - Christian Science Monitor (google.com)


Christian Science Monitor

How Michigan lawmakers seek to open the way for self-driving cars
Christian Science Monitor
Michigan self-driving cars: A new comprehensive package of laws tries to pave the way for an innovation that could upend how we get around. By David Iaconangelo, Staff December 10, 2016. Save for later Saved. close. In this photo taken May 18, 2016,...
Michigan lets self-driving cars on roads without human driversCNBC
Michigan Legalizes Consumer Sales Of Self-Driving Vehicles (No Steering Wheels Or Pedals Required)CleanTechnica
The state of Michigan just made self-driving-car historyBusiness Insider
Fortune-Computerworld-Tech Times-USA TODAY
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Feed Google News Sci Tech: How NASA is rehearsing for a mission to Mars - Washington Post (google.com)


Washington Post

How NASA is rehearsing for a mission to Mars
Washington Post
The Martian landscape is otherworldly. The ground is twisted into ropelike coils, rippling waves and jagged spikes; sulfurous gases billow from vents in the ground, bits of volcanic glass glitter in faint sunlight that filters through the undulating fog.
Penkava: The attack of Martian Red Colony FeverNorthwest Herald
Watch a SpaceX Rocket Nozzle Being FormedInverse
20 Fascinating Images Of The Surface Of The Red Planet - MarsIndiatimes.com

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Feed Google News Sci Tech: If the 'Uber Back Seat Club' is on your bucket list, you may get banned for life - Digital Trends (google.com)


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If the 'Uber Back Seat Club' is on your bucket list, you may get banned for life
Digital Trends
Uber wants everyone to be safe and enjoy their trips with the ridesharing company. Sounds good, but the company acknowledges that not everyone's idea of a good time may be on the same wavelength. For that reason Uber has issued Community...
Uber drivers reveal 5 ways to get a better passenger ratingBusiness Insider
Uber spells out what could cause riders to lose access in new policyTechCrunch
Uber Now Bans Flirting in Its Vehicles. Will That Stop Creepy Drivers?Slate Magazine (blog)
Hot Hardware-SFGate-Yahoo News-MarketWatch
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Cinema Blend

Mario Sports Superstars Characters And Details Revealed
Cinema Blend
Nintendo revealed some new information and details on the playable characters, modes, and gameplay mechanics for the upcoming multi-sports game due for release on the Nintendo 3DS this upcoming spring in 2017. Over on the official Nintendo website,...
'Super Mario Run' Will Require An Always-On Internet Connection And Gamers Are Seriously Not Happy About ItTech Times
'Super Mario Run' Release Date, Latest News & Update: Demo Now Out, Multiplayer Online Mode TeasedGamenguide
'Super Mario Run' is projected to get more downloads in its first month than 'Pokémon GO'Business Insider
Geek-Touch Arcade-Shacknews-Always Nintendo
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Penkava: The attack of Martian Red Colony Fever
Northwest Herald
I don't know if you've noticed it, but we earthlings are preparing to invade another planet. Yep, outright interplanetary imperialistic colonialism. Who will be the innocent victim of mankind's intergalactic aggression? Well, I'm talking about Mars ...
Watch a SpaceX Rocket Nozzle Being FormedInverse
20 Fascinating Images Of The Surface Of The Red Planet - MarsIndiatimes.com

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Apple iPad or Amazon Fire: Which is the best holiday tablet?
ZDNet
When it comes to tablets, the two that I hear the most about from consumers are Apple's iPad and Amazon's Fire range. It's pretty much like everyone else has given up on tablets and left the market to these two behemoths. But which offers the best ...
Holiday gift guide: It's the perfect time to buy an iPad MiniYahoo News
Best tablet 2016 - Apple iPad Pro, Surface Pro 4 and Kindle Oasis TESTEDExpress.co.uk
Apple To Release Final Version of iOS 10.2 Next Week? Promises To Deliver Significant User ExperienceNews Every day
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Feed Google News Sci Tech: Scientists find a feathery dinosaur tail trapped in amber - Christian Science Monitor (google.com)


Christian Science Monitor

Scientists find a feathery dinosaur tail trapped in amber
Christian Science Monitor
Researchers examine the feathers of a rare 99-million-year-old dinosaur tail preserved in amber. By Eva Botkin-Kowacki, Staff writer December 8, 2016. Save for later Saved. close. Tip of preserved tail section, showing carbon film at its surface ...
Whoa! Scientists just found a dinosaur tail preserved in amber, and um, it is covered in feathersYahoo News
Entire chunk of feathered dinosaur discovered in amberPBS NewsHour
Discovery of Dinosaur Tail Encased in Amber Sheds Light on Evolution of FeathersABC News
Discovery Institute-KSL.com-The Inquisitr-WDJT
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Feed Google News Sci Tech: Why this Japanese space mission comes with a 2296-foot whip - Christian Science Monitor (google.com)


Christian Science Monitor

Why this Japanese space mission comes with a 2296-foot whip
Christian Science Monitor
Japan's JAXA space agency launched a cargo shuttle carrying more than four tons of food, water, and supplies to the International Space Station on Friday. And, there's a really long whip. By Christina Beck, Staff December 10, 2016. Save for later Saved.
Japan Sends Long Electric Whip Into Orbit, To Tame Space JunkNPR
Japan just launched a space junk collecting tetherDigital Trends
Space Junk: Japan Sends Electrodynamic Tether Into Orbit To Slow Down, Remove Space DebrisInternational Business Times
Business Insider-New Jersey Herald-Sky & Telescope-Seeker
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