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For China's Microbloggers, the Yuan Isn't What It Used to Be

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November 14, 2013
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It looks like investors aren't the only ones eagerly awaiting reforms to the yuan, China's tightly controlled currency. Anita Li looks at why social media users are pining for change.


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Buzz60 (Oct. 31, 2013) — Retired Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield isn't the only person in his family able to create a viral video; his son, Evan, created an amusing video about the everyday life of an astronaut, and it is racking up thousands of YouTube views. Jen Markham explains why the video was made to promote Chris Hadfield's new book.
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World's First Swimming Robot Limbers Up to Make a Splash

World's First Swimming Robot Limbers Up to Make a Splash

Reuters (July 18, 2012) — Scientists in Japan have developed what they say is the world's most advanced swimming robot, designed to improve performance in the pool. Called 'Swumanoid', the robot isn't yet ready for a role in Japan's Olympic swimming program but, by 2016, developers hope to have it ready as a coach's assistant.
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iRobot: Why Your House Will Never Be the Same Again

iRobot: Why Your House Will Never Be the Same Again

TheStreet (Jan. 10, 2014) — iRobot CEO Colin Angle talks to TheStreet's Chris Ciaccia about the company's new Scooba robot as it tries to make the self-mopping robot as big a revenue driver as its popular Roomba vacuum. Angle also talks about the company's military operations and why iRobot isn't playing in the airborne drone space.
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Yahoo! Mail Gets Hacked Months After Target Data Breach

Yahoo! Mail Gets Hacked Months After Target Data Breach

TheStreet (Jan. 31, 2014) — Yahoo! Mail is the latest high-profile site to get hacked. Following similar data breaches at Target and Neiman Marcus, Yahoo! announced its mail site had been hacked but that customer information had not been stolen. Yahoo! says it suspects a third-party database was hacked and the company is working with authorities to determine who is behind the theft of emails and passwords. This isn't the first time Yahoo! has had a cyber attack - the company was a target multiple times in 2012. Video provided by TheStreet
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