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LONDON (Reuters) – A satellite company wants to bring reliable internet to airline passengers worldwide. But some investors don’t seem to be buying it. FILE PHOTO: Staff at satellite communications company Inmarsat work in front of a screen showing subscribers using their service throughout the world, at their headquarters in London, Britain March 25, 2014.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – On a semiarid Patagonian landscape 85 million years ago, a formidable meat-eater called Tratayenia rosalesi reigned as the apex predator, part of an enigmatic dinosaur group that menaced South America and Australia for tens of millions of years. The newly discovered predatory dinosaur, Tratayenia rosalesi, is shown in this handout illustration crossing
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TAMPERE, Finland (Reuters) – Elias, the new language teacher at a Finnish primary school, has endless patience for repetition, never makes a pupil feel embarrassed for asking a question and can even do the “Gangnam Style” dance. Elias is also a robot. The language-teaching machine comprises a humanoid robot and mobile application, one of four
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(Reuters) – British scientists have developed a lightweight and highly sensitive brain imaging device that can be worn as a helmet, allowing the patient to move about naturally. Results from tests of the scanner showed that patients were able to stretch, nod and even drink tea or play table tennis while their brain activity was
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TOKYO (Reuters) – If European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi appears slightly more downbeat at his regular news conference than before, it could foreshadow a possible move by to the bank to trim its monetary policy stimulus. FILE PHOTO – European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi holds a news conference at the ECB headquarters
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