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Top Tiny Apartments You Won't Believe

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Small apartments are nothing new. But how tiny a space can a human live in is getting smaller and smaller. How about less than 100 square feet? Tim Minton has a short list of some really small design ideas from across the globe.

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AP (Feb. 12, 2014) — Trenton, New Jersey is getting a partial facelift. Time-lapse video captured by Thomas Edison State College shows the demolition of the Glen Cairn Arms apartments. (Feb. 12) Video provided by AP
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Eco-Complex Could Breathe New Life Into Cairo

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Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Feb. 13, 2015) — An ambitious eco-friendly project containing 1,000 apartments is to be built in the Heliopolis district of Cairo. Architect Vincent Callebaut's plans for the Gate Residence will feature solar panels, wind turbines and heating tubes. Jim Drury has more. Video provided by Reuters
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CES 2015: How Many Calories Are in That Protein Shake?

CES 2015: How Many Calories Are in That Protein Shake?

Popular Science (Jan. 9, 2015) — Ever wonder what’s really in that Falafel sandwich you’re eating? SCiO will break it down for you. A tiny molecular sensor that fits in your hand, SCiO can decipher the molecular fingerprint of whichever object you like. Scan any piece of food, drink, or medicine, and SCiO will send information about its nutritional content, calorie count, chemical makeup, and more to your phone. Take it to your local farmer’s market to see if they’re really selling you organic produce like they claim. Video provided by Popular Science
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FAA Considers Letting Film/TV Companies Use Drones for First Time

FAA Considers Letting Film/TV Companies Use Drones for First Time

TheStreet (June 3, 2014) — The FAA is reviewing a request by seven film and television companies to use drones when filming. The companies hope to use drones to achieve creative aerial shots, but they also can be less expensive than manned aircraft and some believe, safer. The FAA prohibits the use of unmanned aircraft systems for commercial purposes due to safety and privacy concerns. The FAA acknowledged that granting the exemptions could have "tangible economic benefits." In order to receive permission, the FAA said the companies must show that their drone operations won't be a safety hazard and would be in the public interest. Video provided by TheStreet
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