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3-D printing is in that 'trough of disillusionment' stage, but it's not going away.
The hoverboard uses propellers to get off the ground, but it is still controlled by the user's feet.
A study has shown that they are more dangerous than cellphones, but how do we control it?
The new screens are less than a millimeter thick and weigh next to nothing.
Some call it 'a Keurig for food,' but that's a disservice. The Genie is much more interesting than that.
A woman is suing her boss for firing her after she refused to be tracked. Can a company really do that?
We're getting more and more smart devices with teensy little idle loads — but they're adding up fast.
This might actually be an example of where smart devices are going.
Sure, you can get rid of the dustpan with the new Bruno Smartcan, but before you do ...
City-dwelling bird lovers can download the open-source design for free or buy a pre-printed feeder.
Counterfeit certification labels on household electronics are a safety issue not to be ignored.
Tattoos block the light that makes the heart monitor work.
Agency's first ever 'guided small-caliber bullet' promises to revolutionize troop safety and accuracy.
The technology in hearing aids just keeps getting better.
Cameras will record gradual changes impacting a western Massachusetts mountain range and the city of Tempe, Arizona.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.