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Robots in Singapore assemble chair from factory-made parts

Researchers at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have built and programmed a robot that is capable of assembling an IKEA chair from its factory-manufactured parts. Generally, this isn’t something that is worth mentioning—robots built objects all the time on assembly

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Shell Stops Drilling in the Arctic Ocean

Royal Dutch Shell’s announcement that it will stop drilling at the Burger J well has come as a surprise to many who expected Shell’s exploration of the arctic well to be a lucrative venture. The company had expected to earn

Whole Foods Market to Cut 1,500 Jobs

Whole Foods Market has announced it will be cutting 1,500 jobs over the next eight weeks. The job cuts are an effort to cut costs as company earnings were down for the third quarter. Its stock also dropped more than

Initial Nexus 5X and 6P Reviews: Great Build Quality at a Fair Price

Just yesterday, Google announced its most anticipated devices in the Nexus family, the Nexus 5X and 6P. Initial hands-on and unboxing reviews so far favor the company as critics and fans alike seem to agree on the great quality of

Image Sharing Site Imgur reaches 150 Million Active Users Milestone

The founders behind image sharing website Imgur have revealed that the service now has more than 150 million active users. The milestone means that Imgur, founded six years ago by Alan Schaff, now has approximately the equivalent of 50 percent