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How COVID-19 Changed Cycling | One Small Step
‘Biking is probably having the biggest moment it’s had in 100 years.’ — Thanks to COVID-19, bikes are all the rage, but are cities and towns ready for it?
New Emojis Include Transgender Flag, Bubble Tea, and Seals
It’s that time again: new emoji are here, from woman wearing a tuxedo to man feeding a baby.
Children Plea with Adults for Their Futures During NYC Climate Strike
‘You had a future — so should we!’ — Watch how children on strike for climate justice pleaded with adults to do better for their sakes.
This Robot Can Do Gymnastics
Watch this robot do gymnastics 🤖
What Climate Activists Want Climate Change Deniers to Know
'The youth is going to to be paying for our errors.' — Here's what climate activists want to say to climate change deniers.
Von Braun Space Station Could Be First Hotel in Space
Von Braun Space Station Could Be First Hotel in SpaceVon Braun Space Station could be the first hotel in space, and it might offer low-gravity basketball and trampolining
Soccer Stadium Transformed Into Living Forest Makes Statement About Future of Planet
This soccer stadium was transformed into a living forest.
Robot Can Teach Itself New Tricks Using AI
This four-legged robot on wheels can teach itself new tricks using AI.
This Is the Lunar Lander Jeff Bezos Hopes Will Take Americans Back to the Moon
Jeff Bezos has a plan to take humans back to the moon by 2024.
5 Amazing Advances in Robotics You Might've Missed
From a team of marching robot dogs to the robot that picks peppers, here are five advances in robotics you should see.
How Sex Robots Could Affect Our Love Lives
Sex robots are projected to become a multi-billion dollar industry and while some of them cost thousands of dollars we might start to see them get cheaper.
How Gangnam Style Warned Us About The Next Y2K
20 years from now we’re expected to have another Y2K that’ll wreak havoc in computer networks around the world—and we know that thanks to “Gangnam Style.”Oddly that catchy song from 2012 helped us realize that the computers we’re using would reach their ultimate capacity to compute calendar data after January 19, 2038.
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