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Ars Technica
On making everything from plane landings to train tunnels more fuel efficient #ArsInBrazil trib.al/efzBMJD pic.twitter.com/4H1kvqJx1Q
Our @cfarivar becomes a magic cybernetic organism through this futuristic #exoskeleton (industrial work may soon get a lot easier) arstechnica.com/business/2015/07/why-you-might-be-seeing-mechanical-exoskeletons-on-construction-sites-soon/
MT @markalexwalton All go for prototype consoles this wk—Ars reader finds an #InfiniumPhantom! trib.al/E1S9lHU pic.twitter.com/5f7JOmnLDi
What's the quote? "The best laid plans of mice, men & journalists often go awry (bc #weather)" trib.al/wL52t3q pic.twitter.com/Tq7HHzt1nq
MT @thisTenqyuLife With info overlaid on our vision, "cool" doesn’t = "useful" or even "safe" trib.al/OB5pSt7 pic.twitter.com/EZ30E0wdVK
Augmented reality has promise to genuinely change the world (but more doesn't equal better) trib.al/MsZVjRN pic.twitter.com/0U8yNzCayZ
Sports car with a social conscience: Ars reviews the BMW i8 bit.ly/1H8RnZe pic.twitter.com/wz9PijGBH5
MT @vmccurley Super-small super-telephoto lens zoomed 2000mm, weighs 2lbs, costs $599. trib.al/d5rqrr1 pic.twitter.com/27507ilB1o
#TBT Around the 4th in 2013, we learned how NASA navigates around space junk #America trib.al/csdLalZ pic.twitter.com/B9mde7Okq0
That corrupt Silk Road investigator plead guilty... and revealed his $240k movie deal? trib.al/LRmNZs0 pic.twitter.com/mqJeZCGWyI
#TBT Around the 4th in 2013, we did the most American thing ever... learned how #NASA navigates around space junk arstechnica.com/science/2013/07/how-nasa-steers-the-international-space-station-around-space-junk/ #America
Watch people from miles away with Nikon’s 83× 2000mm superzoom camera bit.ly/1Ktgkke pic.twitter.com/qT3Uf7bWif
This month, we got to reach out and touch the latest Oculus trib.al/7KyAhpw pic.twitter.com/bEa1krV3zt
AT&T will provide Internet for everyon... err, your neighbors at least. trib.al/NxmB7YU pic.twitter.com/vBeHrMOeqf
We felt so weird being a mini-NSA for awhile, we kept our surveillance solely to Finn, staff dog. arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/06/the-arlo-and-flir-fx-security-cameras-plug-and-play-mobile-ready-omnipresence/ #nofilter #securitycam
Did you catch @gaben in our @WGI racing roundup? His car was doing well, veered off late sadly trib.al/QbVtwIG pic.twitter.com/wMASqUDhAu
The Venturi GP cars always look nice, but the Ars-logo nose cones at today's #Londoneprix were a particularly great touch #cars #nofilter arstechnica.com/cars/2015/03/racing-goes-electric-at-the-track-with-formula-e-the-first-e-racing-series/
Lee Hutchinson got to your a NASA training cockpit before it was decommissioned. Nope. Not Jealous at all. arstechnica.com/science/2015/06/a-detailed-photo-tour-of-nasas-space-shuttle-cockpit-trainer/ #space
#TBT, last year when Lee Hutchinson crashed a $1300 quadcopter we had *on loan* arstechnica.com/gadgets/2014/06/flying-and-crashing-a-1300-quadcopter-drone/




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