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Wed, Oct 01, 2014 10:50 AM
Corvettes and Vipers aren't getting stopped by police. It's the much more mild-mannered cars that attract attention.
Here's hoping that Thomas Edison is rolling over in his grave ... with laughter.
Wearable drone could revolutionize our favorite form of vain photography.
For 60 years, CERN has made advances in science and technology.
Assaf Shaham hopes that artificial coral can offer a safe and environmentally sound alternative to human bone grafts.
Discovery proves that there's an invisible line separating advanced technology from magic.
The hydrogen-powered Tucson has 265 miles of range, 3-minute fills, and free fuel if you sign a lease now.
The cardboard plane flew nearly 82 miles from Kankakee, Illinois, to Rochester, Indiana, in a little less than 2 hours and 7 minutes.
Ciara Judge, Sophie Healy-Thow, and Émer Hickey found a way to boost plant production using naturally occurring bacteria.
Walter C. Phillips invented a code to help speed telegraph transmissions. 88 = Love.
It takes a certain type of (horrible) person to start arguments among strangers, and all those inflammatory comments won't just make you angry — they can influence your beliefs.
Last summer Felix Starck gave in to an extreme case of wanderlust and spent a year pedaling around the world.
The world's natural rubber comes from Southeast Asia, but the company is using an unassuming Texas bush to make its rubber all-American.
'Rise of the Hackers' exposes our vulnerability to computer crime and the best ways to curb it.
Humans evolved to be easily recognizable, a new study reports, revealing how social interaction can influence our appearance.
Lab-created substance composed partly of mussel foot proteins is stickier than the adhesive used by real mussels.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.