DFW International Airport Now Has Robot Baggage Handlers

We'd much rather blame robots than humans for lost baggage.
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People Are Texting Their “Number Neighbor” And The Results Are Hilarious

The internet is full of odd fads, trends and challenges that no one is quite sure how they started or who started them. The newest trend to hit social media may be the oddest one yet, but surprisingly it has created new friendships.
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[Video] Billie Joe Armstrong Demos New Green Day Distortion Pedal

It has been 25 years since the release of Green Day’s hit album ‘Dookie.’ To celebrate, Dunlop has invented a new distortion pedal that will recreate the sound of Billie Joe Armstrong’s amps in the hit 1994 album. In a new video, Billie Joe Armstrong tries out the brand new MXR Dookie Drive.
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Pampers Is Making A 'Smart' Diaper

Yes, there's now an app for that.
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NASA's Terrifying Plan For Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins If Crew Couldn't Make It Back From The Moon

On July 20, 1969 Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the moon, and as the world watched, then-president Richard Nixon delivered the first call to the moon from a landline phone.
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Passengers On Southwest Airlines Flight From Dallas To San Diego Received A Free Nintendo Switch

Nintendo celebrated Comic-Con weekend by handing out a free Nintendo Switch to everyone on board Southwest Airlines flight from Dallas to San Diego.
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Neil Armstrong Was The First Man On The Moon, But Not For Reasons You Would Think

Friday is the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, and many will be celebrating the team that became the first people to walk on the moon. As many know, Neil Armstrong famously was the first man to walk on the moon, but according to the second person, Buzz Aldrin, it should have been him...
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People Are Getting Chip Implants To Replace Cash And Credit Cards

It seems that people in Sweden are tired of carrying around wallets.
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Apps Are Helping Doctors Keep Track of Patients' Mental Health Issues

( KYW Newsradio ) — Doctors and patients are using technology in the treatment of mental health issues. With an app on your phone or a computer program, patients can keep up with the work needed to handle depression and anxiety. Dr. Michael Vergare, chairman of psychiatry at Thomas Jefferson...
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There's A Hidden 'Stranger Things' Retro Arcade Game On Polaroid’s Website: But You Need A Secret Code To Play It

And we have the code!
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