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On a quarter-mile test track in the snowy Swedish city of Uppsala, a company called Vectus is testing its podcar, a driverless, four-seat vehicle that transports passengers along a track powered by electricity.

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Title: Health Highlights: Aug. 12, 2008 Category: Health News Created: 8/13/2008 9:18:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 8/13/2008

BlackBerry Bold 9000 review (Macworld UK)
Before the iPhone came along, Research In Motion (RIM) had the final say on smartphones with its legendary BlackBerry range of mobiles. Since the iPhone arrived on the scene, the market for smartphones has exploded.

Health Highlights: Aug. 13, 2008 (HealthDay via Yahoo! News)
Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by editors of HealthDay:

3-year-old stricken with leukemia (Sparta Expositor)
The family of a 3-year-old White County boy is struggling to help him recover from a blood disease that afflicts almost 4,000 people annually. Seth Randolph was diagnosed with leukemia approximately six weeks ago.

STUFF HAPPENS When You're Bill Nye the Science Guy! (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
Emmy� Award-winning host Bill Nye , best known to television audiences as "Bill Nye the Science Guy," returns to television this fall in a new series on Planet Green, STUFF HAPPENS.

An argument for soap in public life (San Francisco Chronicle)
Overheard at Books Inc. at Opera Plaza: "He smells like chopped onions or something. I said to him, 'Dude, take a bath.' " Others listening to those comments expressed astonishment, "and then this same woman said, 'I don't know, but ever since he lost that...

Tiptoe through the tulips (The Journal Pioneer)
SUMMERSIDE ? The Parkinson?s Society is missing some tulips and it needs city residents to help find them.

? Building a Duplex Dream After a career selling used cars in New York City, Alan Schneider decided to try his hand in the real estate business. The question was where.

12:46 p.m. Names of people killed in Carthage crash released; second driver charged with involuntary manslaughter (The Joplin Globe)
The three people killed Sunday night in car crash on Civil War Road in Carthage were the driver, Earl Wayne McAfee, 19; Jazmen Schlecter, age 3; and Neil Wayne McAfee, four months old, all of Carthage, according to the Carthage Police Department.

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