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Archive: News / Page Two / Science & Tech (3 Stories)

One-time, universal flu vaccine not far off

11/26/2012 11:44am
If you don't want to spend a week miserably wrapped in a blanket during the winter, you grin and bear that awful needle and get your yearly flu shot each and every year.

Toy boat to attempt world's first unmanned Atlantic crossing

11/26/2012 11:59am
A retired NATO scientist is trying to make history by engineering the first unmanned vessel to cross the Atlantic — and to keep himself from taking the task too seriously, he's made the vessel a toy boat with a Snoopy figure attached.

Probably no right to privacy when using another person's Wi-Fi

11/26/2012 7:03pm
How much privacy can you expect to have when you pilfer internet service from a neighbor's or nearby business' open Wi-Fi access? The short answer may be "none."
 
   
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