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This Week's Three Big Innovations

posted Apr 15th - 10:48am
Innovation is one of the hallmarks of technology, and Amy Iverson has found three new ways to do common things.
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Before-and-After Photos of the Washington State Mudslides

The Browsers  |  posted Apr 3rd - 11:13am
Every day the internet churns out thousands of stories and headlines. Keeping up with all that news is a daunting task. Good thing you have Amy Iverson to walk you through the day's most interesting technology stories.
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Smart Sprinklers, Bike Escalators, and a Movie Elevator

Ryan Tronier  |  posted Mar 27th - 12:25pm
We're finding new ways to make every day tasks a bit more exciting. A new smart-sprinkling system promises to remember the watering for you, a hill that takes you for a ride, and a theater inside an elevator.
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What the Drone Saw

The Browsers  |  posted Mar 25th - 9:01am
Drone technology allows researchers to go new places. A YouTuber attached his GoPro to a drone and flew into one of the hottest places on the planet: a volcano.
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