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Drone maker says vehicles could have helped Boston police
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Drone Maker Uses Boston Marathon Tragedy as ‘Sales Pitch’

Less than a week after the tragedies at the Boston Marathon and the city-wide lockdown in search of terror suspects, the nation's largest manufacturer of drones used the situation as a sales pitch!

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Director of Washington State Crime lab resigns over allegations
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State Crime Lab Accused of Mishandling Cases, Manager Resigns

At least five cases could be affected.

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Microsoft, Amazon could see big tax jumps under Inslee plan
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Amazon and Microsoft Could See Huge Tax Hike in Inslee’s Budget

Amazon.com and Microsoft have sent in the "big guns" to try to head off part of Gov. Jay Inslee's proposed budget.

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Solar-Powered Airplane Making Trip from California to New York Without One Drop of Fuel

Solar Impulse is the most advanced solar-powered plane in the world. It is scheduled to make a trip across the United States this summer.

The plane will leave the California NASA Ames Research Center in May and make New York’

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More than half of us have them now
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More Than Half of Americans Now Have a Smartphone – Do You?

According to Arbitron Inc., the number of Americans with a smartphone is over 50 percent. Arbitron is the company that measures and monitors radio listenership in hundreds of markets around the country (similar to the Nielsen television ratings system).

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You Can Name a Planet in Outrageous Contest

Earth, Mars, Neptune – how hard can it possibly be to name a planet?

Now’s your chance to find out.

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NRC orders vent modifications to 31 nuclear plants around U.S.
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U.S. Nuke Plants Ordered to Upgrade Vents to Prevent Fukushima-Type Issues

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has ordered some modifications made to plants that are similar in design to those in Fukushima that melted down in Japan two years ago.

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Seattle City Council votes to restrict and oversee drone use
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WA Legislature Won’t Restrict Drones? Seattle City Council Will

Never mind a bill to regulate the use of drones never made it to a vote in the state legislature.

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WA legislature kills drone regulation bill
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Washington Legislature Kills Bill Regulating Use of Drones

Despite significant support from both parties and many other groups, the bill didn't even make it to a vote.

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Google settles Street View "hacking" legal battle
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Google to Pay Millions in Settlement Over Streetview Wi-Fi Privacy Issues

Washington is one of 37 states sharing a fine paid by Google for alleged privacy violations during mapping for its "Street View" feature.

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