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Rescue Assist App uses AR to make life easier for first responders July 28, 2016

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The Rescue Assist App provides a look beneath the skin of any Mercedes

 
 

As cars become more complicated, cutting people out of a crash involves navigating a web of airbags and high-voltage components. Mercedes is aiming to make life easier for emergency services with the new Rescue Assist App, which provides augmented reality imagery indicating where danger might lurk beneath a car’s skin.

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Cool American cars we wish you could buy in Britain July 27, 2016

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But are there other cars from the USA which should follow the Mustang’s lead and make themselves a more global product? We say definitely yes.

Mile-deep experiment narrows the search for dark matter particles July 21, 2016

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A view inside the LUX detector

 
 

Buried under a mile of rock in an old South Dakotan gold mine, the Large Underground Xenon (LUX) experiment has been looking for the telltale signs of elusive dark matter particles for the past 20 months. The search has now concluded and, although no direct signs of dark matter were found, the results are still an important step that helps close in on the search for this elusive particle.

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Burglary of keys led to SUV theft July 14, 2016

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Newton County sheriff’s detectives are investigating a first-degree burglary that resulted in the loss of a laptop and a set of car keys, which led to the …

RemoveDebris to launch space cleanup demonstrator July 6, 2016

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The RemoveDebris satellite will test ways of collecting and disposing of space debris

 
 

According to the Surrey Space Centre, there are some 7,000 tonnes (7,716 tons) of space debris circling the Earth, consisting of dead satellites, booster rocket stages, paint chips, and shrapnel from collisions. Whizzing in orbit at tens of thousands of miles per hour, even a small fragment could destroy a satellite. To help clean things up, the Centre has announced that it is leading a mission early next year to send the RemoveDebris demonstrator into orbit to test low-cost technologies that could be used to collect and remove space debris.

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