As you enter The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas lobby, you turn yourself over to the hotel’s newest “employee” Rose to guide you through its halls and amenities.
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There’s a new thrill on the streets of downtown Las Vegas, where high- and low-rollers alike are climbing aboard what officials call the first driverless electric shuttle operating on a public U.S. street.
Several dozen bald eagles were spotted around Lake Mead this week as biologists and volunteers fanned out in boats for their annual survey of the national bird.
Nintendo Co. says its Nintendo Switch video game console will sell for 29,980 yen (about $260) in Japan, starting March 3.
Baboon grunts and mating calls might hold secrets about human speech, according to a new study suggesting that the origins of human language could reach back as much as 25 million years.
Death Valley National Park officials said this year’s wildflower bloom is not likely to deliver an explosion of color like the one last year that drew record crowds to the national park.
The questions sound like the sort Bart Simpson might have asked to derail science class. But real-life scientists have created a hashtag - #DoesItFart - and a Google Spreadsheet that details the flatulence habits of more than 60 animals.
It turns out the moon is older than many scientists suspected: a ripe 4.51 billion years old.
Razer, a video game technology company, stole the show at CES this year with three-screen, portable laptop and color projector that drew rave reviews and awards. Now someone has stolen two Razer laptops from its CES booth.
Few people realized it at the time, but the world shifted fundamentally a decade ago when Steve Jobs pulled the first iPhone from Apple’s bag of technological tricks.
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