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Researchers at Utah State University are figuring out how to hack and manipulate automated cars so they can better learn how to protect them from hackers in the future.
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Mom designs app that forces kids to call their parents back

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Aug 22nd - 11:49am
A Texas mom frustrated that her son never returns her texts has designed an app that takes control of a child's phone until they text or call their parent back.
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Utah company may help stop radioactive leak at Japanese nuclear plant

Keith McCord  |  posted Aug 21st - 10:10pm
A family-owned company in American Fork has proposed a solution to the radioactive water problem in Japan, and the Japanese government is listening.
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How we'll pay for things in the future

Teo Kermeliotis, CNN  |  posted Aug 21st - 11:45am
Whether it's via contactless cards and mobile phones, or even wearable gadgets and biometrics, new ways of paying and spending are increasingly muscling their way into the mix, leading to a rise in cashless transactions.
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Traffic lights are dangerously easy to hack

Jose Pagliery, CNN  |  posted Aug 21st - 11:32am
Traffic lights all across the United States are dangerously easy to hack.
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Produce eaters have more meaningful lives, study says

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Aug 20th - 8:58pm
There's already plenty of research that supports the idea that a diet full of fruits and vegetables leads to a happier life, but here's another reason to eat your broccoli: a new study says that eating produce can lead to a life full of more curiosity, pleasure and meaning.
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American Fork police using social media to slow drivers down

Sam Penrod  |  posted Aug 20th - 8:40pm
The American Fork Police Department is using social media to let drivers know where officers will be running enforcement. Officials say if the effort gets people to slow down, then it's a success.
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Watermelons stop bullets in slow motion video

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Aug 20th - 12:16pm
If you're being shot at and find a pile of watermelons, would it be safe to hide behind them?
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Public will see 125 million-year-old dinosaur tracks

John Hollenhorst  |  posted Aug 19th - 11:59pm
The public will soon have a chance to see an extraordinary set of footprints left behind by dinosaurs 125 million years ago.
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‘Dragon’ pterosaur was toothless, dominated skies

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Aug 19th - 12:45pm
With a name that comes from the Persian word for "dragon," the azhdarchidan pterosaur didn't need any teeth to control ancient skies, according to a new study.
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The down (and dangerous) side to getting a tattoo

Suzanne Carlile, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Aug 18th - 8:38pm
There's no doubt body art has become increasingly popular over the years — but just because something is popular doesn't mean it's not dangerous. You could become the proud owner of a great looking tattoo and a lifetime of health issues.
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Utah company raises over $83K in 9 hours for Bluetooth padlock

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Aug 18th - 7:33pm
For anyone who has struggled to remember their padlock combination or find the key, two Utah men have created a solution that raised over $83,000 in nine hours of fundraising.
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