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Engineers made the movie for Edison Labs in 1889 or 1890 while working with Thomas Edison to develop and test the Kinetoscope, an early motion picture viewing device considered to be the precursor to movie projectors.
Canadian entrepreneur Julien Smith says the $25 per hour scheme is being used to conduct job interviews and for business meetings.
Experts at Royal Holloway, University of London and the universities of Colorado and Utah said the group of people must have lived on the Bering land Bridge, which was covered in shrub tundra.
The self-healing technology featured in the Californian-based firm's latest patent is similar to that seen on LG's G Flex phone launched in October.
The ‘Sleep Tracker’ software was created during an experimental Netflix Hack Day in California but there are no plans at present to roll out the technology.
Developed by Florida-based start-up, EnergyBionics, the £56 'Carbon' device claims to fully charge a mobile phone in 25 minutes.
Researchers at the DESY Research Centre in Göttingen, Germany, used high-energy X-rays to study living biological cells.
Colorado-based, Uwingu, said the project could provide interesting insights into what people are thinking about and what’s important to them.
Reports came in from at least 10 states, from Ohio to Maryland and down to South Carolina.The American Meteor society said it has received over 200 reports (pictured).
The Toro-bots were built by Tokyo-based Professor Alvaro Cassinelli. He fitted Japanese-style lanterns to the top of PhantomX quadrupeds.
The research, from Devon-based hosting company Cyber Compare asked 1,612 men and women over 18 about their sexual habits.
The EyeTribe was built by a team of engineers in Copenhagen. It can track up to 16 points on a viewer's eye using an infrared (IR) light and tracking algorithm.
The 'Dunkin' Buddy' has been invented by Jason Wells, 31, and Kiana Machnicz, 21, from Connecticut.They expect each model will cost around six pounds to buy when they are sold.
Big Bird the pelican was abandoned by his flock after a storm hit Lake Tanganyika, in Tanzania, and was taught to fly by humans at nearby Greystoke Mahale Park.
Built in California, the Moov can monitor running and cycling style, swimming strokes, yoga poses, tennis and golf swings and offer spoken tips to improve technique.
US firm Spritz says its app can double people's reading speed by flashing words in quick succession. The inventors claim anyone can reach speeds of 1000 words per minute using the app, and hopes to bring it to websites, phones and even watches.
An Oklahoma-based project is creating a working model of the legendary plane, which it plans to fly from October at events just as the Farnborough Air Show.
The Government has published draft rules that will allow IVF doctors to make babies free of devastating diseases that can kill hours after birth.
Scientists at the University of Iowa found that teachers should use more visual aids if they want pupils to remember what they are telling them.
London design agency Orproject wants to build a park enclosed in a giant 'bubble' - and says school playgrounds could be enclosed in smaller versions of the clean air system.