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While they may do wonders for your snoring, humidifiers can also harbor health-compromising nasties. The latest innovation from Dyson brings a breath of fresh, hygienic air.
Nifty gadget uses air flow to push falling raindrops away, creating an invisible barrier between you and the rain.
The 'solarbox' scheme may pain some smartphone-eschewing old-timers. But at least London's beloved phone boxes are still kind of being used to make calls, right?
Here's hoping that Thomas Edison is rolling over in his grave ... with laughter.
Wearable drone could revolutionize our favorite form of vain photography.
Business mogul just became a new investor in the aerial drone startup 3D Robotics.
This watch might be great for you — but what about the rest of us?
Meet a brainy LED bulb equipped with embedded sensors that will help you sleep better (and save a bundle of cash).
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.
Brace yourself — and start saving up — as the arrival of our dirt- and-dust-sucking robotic overlord is imminent.
A study suggests some toxic substances may irritate skin and organs.
Lechal's smart footbeds promise to directly interact with Google Maps via your smartphone, buzzing on the left or right depending on which way you should go.
And you don't want to make a little girl cry, do you?
We use apps to track everything else; why not our monthly cycle?
The new chip is not only more efficient than current computer chips, but it also produces far less heat.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.