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Eleven European nations have ratified the cybercrime treaty now before the Senate.
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The Cassini orbiter cameras capture images from the surface of Enceladus.
The iBuzz, advertised as a new sex toy that vibrates in time to your music, is only available in Europe.
Reevu's motor-sports helmet has a built-in rear-view mirror to enhance safety on the road.
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A look at accelerators, solenoids and other devices used in particle and radiation research.
International robot exhibition shows off the latest in bot progress.
The Cassini spacecraft delivers some new photos of the ringed planet's unusual moons.
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The humanoid robot and mechanical showpiece can walk, jump, balance on moving surface and throw a ball.
An animal that looks like a cross between a cat and a fox is photographed in the rainforest.
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