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Walking Fish Explains Tetrapod Past
Walking Fish Explains Tetrapod Past

Scientists studying a bichir fish from riverbanks in Africa found that when they raise this fish in a terrestrial environment, their bodies actually change in ways that make them more successful walkers.


  Walking Fish Explains Tetrapod Past
Study: We Travel with Our Own Germs Study: We Travel with Our Own Germs

Like Pigpen's trailing cloud of dust.

The Gecko Foot: What Makes It So Sticky? What Makes Gecko Feet So Sticky?

Scientists aim to mimic physiology.

Physicists Use Science To Boost Animation Physicists Help To Boost Animation

High-tech know-how in Hollywood.

Science on the Job: Teachers Learn from Tech Firms Teachers Learn Science at Tech Firms

Practicing the principles they teach.



Gorillas Communicate with Scent
Bacterium Destroys Tumors' Heart
Kids' Brains Make Shift To Learn Math
Ebola Treatment Made in Tobacco
Math Prize Has First Female Winner
Unproven Ebola Drugs 'Ethical'
Self-Assembling Robots Get Real
Man-Made Mercury Taints Oceans
Scientists Build a Better Tomato
Scientists Create See-Through Mice
Brain Waves: the New Focus Group?
Octopus Tends Eggs for Record Time
Fukushima: Think the Unthinkable
Scientists Ponder Dogs and Jealousy
HIV Creates Viral Reservoirs Soon
Study: Smelling Passed Gas Helpful
Scientists Crush Diamond with Laser
Study: Friends Share DNA Similarities
Scientists Turning to Crowdfunding
US Orders a New Cray for Nuclear Arms
Pentagon Bets Big on Brain Implant
Scientists Criticize Brain Project
Study: Thinking By Yourself Isn't Fun
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Network Security Spotlight
Dairy Queen Latest Retailer To Report Hack
Known for its hot fries and soft-serve ice cream, Dairy Queen just made cyber history as the latest victim of a hack attack. The fast food chain said that customer data at some stores may be at risk.
Lessons from the JPMorgan Chase Cyberattack
JPMorgan Chase is investigating a likely cyberattack. The banking giant is cooperating with law enforcement, including the FBI, to understand what data hackers may have obtained.
Who Is the Hacker Group Lizard Squad?
Are they dangerous or just obnoxious? That’s what many are wondering about the hacker group Lizard Squad, which tweeted out a bomb threat that grounded a flight with a Sony exec aboard.

Enterprise Hardware Spotlight
AMD's New FX Series CPU Breaks Processing Speed Record
The new FX-8370 processor from Advanced Micro Devices has set a record for silicon processor speed, the company announced. Overclocked, the eight-core chip was measured at 8722.78 MHz.
Intel Intros Lightning-Fast PC Processors
Call it extreme. Intel just took the covers off its first-ever eight-core desktop processor, which is aimed at hardcore power users who expect more than the status quo from their computers.
HP Previews ProLiant Gen9 Data Center Servers
Because traditional data center and server architectures are “constraints” on businesses, HP is releasing new servers aimed at faster, simpler and more cost-effective delivery of computing services.

Mobile Technology Spotlight
Rumor Mill Puts Mobile Wallet in iPhone 6
Apple is moving toward the mobile wallet world with its next iPhone. The tech giant has partnered with retailers, banks and major payment networks to make it happen, according to Bloomberg.
Will iPhone Finally Catch Up with NFC Mobile Payment Ability?
Apple's latest version of the iPhone may have a mobile wallet to pay for purchases with a tap of the phone. The iPhone 6 reportedly is equipped with near-field communication (NFC) technology.
Visual Search To Shop: Gimmick or Game Changing?
Imagine using your phone to snap a photo of the cool pair of sunglasses your friend is wearing and instantly receiving a slew of information about the shades along with a link to order them.

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