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  • These 3-wheeled nanocars are the size of just one molecule
  • Harvard University researchers have made the first entirely 3-D-printed organ-on-a-chip with integrated sensing.
  • From mobile first to mobile native
  • 2 billion active Chrome installs
  • Snapchat’s Spectacles go on sale via Minion-like vending machines
  • Amazon’s private label brands are taking over market share
  • A robot fight club
  • Five industries that should take a cue from Netflix and crowdsource parts of its tech
  • Rogue One: International Trailer #2
  • Enter the Digital Dragon, can you really learn karate on the internet? A second-degree black belt investigates
  • The Unicode Consortium on Thursday approved 51 new playful images for emoji
  • Tesla’s Autopilot chip supplier NVIDIA on new self-driving system: ‘It’s basically 5 yrs ahead and coming in 2017
  • YouTube on TV or TV on YouTube? The Blurred Lines of Online Video Consumption
  • Fix iOS 10’s Confusing Email Thread Problem
  • How to Gamify Your Life to Quickly Accomplish Big Goals
  • Twitter traffic doubled, Facebook up by 30% on election night
  • Nintendowned: Amazon sells out of the NES Classic Edition in (null) seconds