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Sunken German U-Boat Clearly Visible For First Time

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July 18, 2014
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The wreckage of the German submarine U-166 has become clearly visible for the first time since it was discovered in 2001. Video provided by Newsy


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Magnet Trial an Attractive Option for Kids With Sunken Chest

Magnet Trial an Attractive Option for Kids With Sunken Chest

Reuters (Aug. 19, 2012) — Surgeons at the US Benioff Children's Hospital in San Francisco are using magnets to reshape the breastbones of children who suffer from Sunken Chest Syndrome. The technique is undergoing phase 3 clinical trials, but the doctors hope to prove that long term magnetic force is as effective and less painful, than conventional. Ben Gruber reports
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Lenovo's Newest Tablets Are Quick Change Artists

Lenovo's Newest Tablets Are Quick Change Artists

TheStreet (Jan. 7, 2014) — Lenovo's newest products focus on allowing the user to switch quickly between tablet and laptop. They also allow users to easily prop up their tablet in various positions for reading and watching content, clearly addressing consumers' desire to use their tablets for various purposes. TheStreet's Debra Borchardt reports from International CES in Las Vegas.
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The Old, Boring New York City Subway Goes Digital

The Old, Boring New York City Subway Goes Digital

TheStreet (Apr. 21, 2014) — Look up from the Apple iPhone 5 during the morning commute and start basking in the surrounding environment. CEO of Belus Capital Advisors, Brian Sozzi says you should notice something different. The subway is finally climbing out of 1950 by weaving in the technology that is being used above ground by businesses and households. Clearly, Apple, Google, and even Cisco should be licking their chops at the prospect of partaking in the subway tech revolution that has commenced. Sozzi shares the coolest things happening underground right now. Video provided by TheStreet
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FAA Stalls Amazon's Plans By Restricting Commercial Drones

FAA Stalls Amazon's Plans By Restricting Commercial Drones

TheStreet (June 25, 2014) — Amazon's hopes of launching "Prime Air" were put on hold this week by the Federal Aviation Administration. On Monday, the FAA published a document addressing the operation of model airplanes. Buried within the document were regulations that apply to drones, prohibiting their operation. "Any operation not conducted strictly for hobby or recreation purposes could not be operated under the special rule for model aircraft. Clearly, commercial operations would not be hobby or recreation flights. Likewise, flights that are in furtherance of a business, or incidental to a person's business, would not be a hobby or recreation flight" the document stated. In the fall 2013, the FAA said it would aim to come up with a plan to safely integrate drones into airspace by September of 2015 but will likely push that deadline back. For now, Amazon will have to stick with Snail Mail. Video provided by TheStreet
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