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Computer, make me a program! Researchers find a way to code using plain English

Programming languages can be intimidating to learn, but researchers at MIT show that it's possible to write programs in plain english—for some things, anyway.

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Browser Updates Fix Bugs, Weaknesses

In recent updates, Apple released Safari 6.0, Google let Chrome 21 loose, and Mozilla tackled memory bugs and a phishing attack.

Higgs Boson Impostors? It's Possible, Say Scientists

Could the particle discovered at CERN be a Higgs Boson impostor? One group of scientists think there's a chance that that might be the case.

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CERN Finds Evidence of Higgs Boson-Like Particle (What's Next, Star Trek Artificial Gravity?)

The long-sought-after Higgs boson is thought to have been found by the Large Hadron Collider. Particle physicists around the world rejoice.

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SpaceX's Dragon Capsule Splashes Down, Historic Mission Comes to an End

The first-ever docking mission with the ISS by a commercial company has come to an end, and the Dragon capsule returned to Earth safely with return-cargo on board.

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Coming Soon: A Street-Legal Gyrocopter

Need to get to work faster? Skip the traffic and fly yourself there in your very own Molnari Gyrocopter.

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X Prize Team Phoenicia Shows Off At Maker Faire, Plans Moon Launch By 2015

Everyone has a dream, and Team Phoenicia's dream is to put a rover on the moon and do it in class by building rocket engines for funding. Check out what they brought to last weekend's Maker Faire.

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Cheap 3D Printer Pops Out Parts With Blazingly Fast Speed

This new 3D printer is cheap, extremely fast, and highly customizable.

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SpaceX Successfully Launches Falcon 9 Into Orbit; Now Onward to the ISS

This morning SpaceX successfully put the Dragon capsule into orbit and on course towards the ISS for a docking and exchange of cargo.

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ArduPilot Mega 2.0 Does Drone Autopilot on the Cheap

Need an autopilot for a vehicle? Check out the cheap ArduPilot Mega 2.0, which also happens to come with on-board GPS.

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Laser-Cut Animatronics Robot Comes to Maker Faire, Needs Your Help

Roy the animatronics robot needs your help on Kickstarter. He's made using a laser cutter, and you can get one for yourself.

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Electric Percussion Instrument Makes Sweet Grooves, Brings Geeks And Musicians Together

A new electric instrument called the Slaperoo moves heads at Maker Faire.

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Light Trikes Let You Do Battle Tron-Style, Are Also Super Cool

This Tron video game, spotted at Maker Faire, brings the physical and virtual world together.

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SpaceX Re-Schedules Space Station Launch: Here's How You Can Watch

The launch of the Falcon 9 rocket scheduled for this weekend is guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser. Here's how you can follow along with this moment in space history.

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SpaceX Tests Rocket to Prepare for First Commercial Docking With ISS

SpaceX runs through dress rehearsal for an upcoming launch, and tests nine on-board rocket engines on launch stand.

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