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Science and Technology Jobs Available – Too Challenging?
Millions of people are unemployed in America these days, but there ARE jobs out there. If you check the employment classified you just might find a number of jobs available in the fields of, science, technology, engineering, and math. Millions of Americans may be out of work, but numerous surveys ha…
Cars 108’s Week in Review – What You May Have Missed
From Flint news and area festivals, to sports, charitable events and some pretty doggone entertaining videos, we've covered a lot this week at WCRZ.com.
Some of the things you may have missed this week are conveniently bundled into one easy-to-carry package, right after the jump!
The 3D Printer Of The Future Is Here [VIDEO]
Replicators have been a part of science-fiction shows like "Star Trek: The Next Generation" for years.  That kind of technology seems like decades or even centuries away, but the future is here!
This new printer can copy and recreate virtually anything, complete with moving parts.  After th…
New Web Service Wants to Give You a Pretend Facebook Girlfriend
A start-up company called Cloud Girlfriend claims it will create the virtual, social network-friendly girlfriend you don't have in real life.
According to Cloud Girlfriend's Web site, this is how the process works:
Step 1: Define your perfect girlfriend. Step 2: We bring her into existence. Step 3: Co…
Two Dogs ‘Talk’ Via Video Conference [VIDEO]
We have finally come to this, two dogs catching up via video conference. I don't know why I find that so unusual, my dog Claire will actually sit and watch other dogs on television for extended periods of time, and bark back.
Check out Buckley and Mr. Marbles after the jump.
High-School Student Attends School as a Robot [VIDEO]
Lydon Batty suffers from polycystic kidney disease, which weakens his immune system to the extent that he can’t attend school with the other children.
But now a four-foot-tall mobile telepresence system allows the high-school freshman from Knox City, TX., to be right in the classroom …

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