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Why buy the cow when you can biofabricate the milk for free?

By abc news, Business Insider, Delhi, e. coli, engadget, fast company, food and drink, food and drug administration, foodanddrink, India, krishna, national cattlemens beef association, stanford university, target, tomorrow, tyson foods, united states

Thought to have been Lord Krishna’s favorite animal, the cow has achieved a uniquely sacred status in India. Their slaughter is prohibited through most of the country, beef consumption is largely outlawed as well and woe be the unlucky soul accused o…

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Robot caregivers are saving the elderly from lives of loneliness

By Business Insider, centre for addiction and mental health, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, grandpa joe, Japan, medicine, ministry of economy, trade and industry, paro, robots, simon davies, tomorrow, vancouver coastal health

Relying on 300-pound bear-faced robots to help nursing home residents get out of bed in the morning is much more effective if those folks actually have a reason to get out of bed in the morning. Elderly people dealing with social isolation and…

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Facebook is closing half of Oculus pop-ups in Best Buy stores

By av, Best Buy, bestbuy, Business Insider, Canada, engadget, facebook, gear, Oculus, Oculus VR, personal computing, personalcomputing, virtualreality, VR

Facebook is shutting down 200 of its 500 Oculus VR pop-up stores from Best Buy locations around the country due, in large part, to underwhelming interest from the public. Per pop-up workers speaking to Business Insider, some of these kiosks would “go…

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