Catch up on green technology with eco-friendly computing, gadgets, electronics, research & innovations news.
Tue, Sep 16, 2014 3:08 PM
As millennials turn away from driving, will kids finally stop keeping cars on campus?
By building a robot that uses a force-based approach to gain speed, scientists also created a robot that can handle running on rough terrain.
Meet a brainy LED bulb equipped with embedded sensors that will help you sleep better (and save a bundle of cash).
Helsinki is experimenting with a plan to match people with rides, making cars unnecessary.
Here's everything you need to know about cryopreservation — from how bodies are preserved to how to fund your own future freezing.
In a feat reminiscent of the Green Lantern, researchers have made light form into a 'solid.'
Scientists have captured the sound of an atom for the first time, and it could lead to breakthroughs in quantum computing.
Cleaner air, better health, and more productivity at work — these are just a few of the perks we would all enjoy if there were more bikes and fewer cars on the road.
Researchers develop a ‘wonder paint’ that may spell doom for corrosion.
A tech blog theorizes that the leaked information was likely compiled through phishing scams, use of weak passwords and other common compromises, not as a result of a hacked Google server.
3D printing comes to the rescue in the restoration of an aging 'textile block' chapel on a Wright-heavy college campus.
Satisfaction with new cars and trucks is hitting a five-year low, but the reasons aren't what you might expect.
The device, which goes on sale next year, has a fitness app that monitors movement throughout the day and suggests activity goals to work toward.
If you have a wide smile, people likely perceive you as approachable, but if you have a wide face, you could be seen as untrustworthy.
These Fords look much the same, but they're Jekyll and Hyde under the skin. Your choice: 45 mpg or a 5.8 zero to 60 time.
The so-called God particle could wipe out existence as we know it, and scientists say it would happen 'at the speed of light so there's not going to be any warning.'
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.