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Artificial insemination used to breed lions for the first time

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Artificial insemination isn't new, but the technique is still breaking new ground — and it might just save one of the world's better known species. South Africa's University of Pretoria has successfully used artificial conception with lions for the…

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Cellphone and internet adoption may have peaked in the US

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There's no question that technologies like cellphones and internet access have become ubiquitous, but they now appear to be hitting their peak in the US. Pew Research Center's latest technology study has shown that key categories technological adopt…

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Google’s Chrome OS tablet might support Windows 10

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Google's rumored Chrome OS tablet may have an extra trick up its sleeve: namely, that you might not have to run Chrome OS at all. The 9to5Google team has discovered some code references indicating that Google has been working on Windows 10 support fo…

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CA governor signs net neutrality bill into law, Justice Department sues

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A net neutrality bill that its sponsor Scott Weiner calls “the strongest in the nation” (after being restored to its original form) is now state law in California after being signed by governor Jerry Brown. SB 822 is intended to restore the protectio…

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