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From plankton to neurons, this year's winners of Nikon's Small World photography contest shed light on a world that's normally invisible to the human eye.
The AIRO wristband tracks nutrition, stress, exercise and sleep patterns all at once.
The student-designed Sprāv is a simple yet smart gadget that aims to help hot water hoggers save on utility costs by keeping their daily showers short and sweet.
The chirpy and bulky underwater modems are as slow as dial-up phone systems from 30 years ago.
Celebrate Ada Lovelace Day with this story about a young teen shining in her STEM field.
The cookie and cracker aisle in the grocery store will soon be able to scan you and build a profile. Is there anything consumers can do to stop it?
Video: A robot dubbed 'The Incredible Bionic Man' is making its American debut. Built in the U.K., the 6'5 cyborg uses artificial body parts designed by scientists from around the world.
In terms of quality, performance and appearance (it kind of looks like an incandescent!), the budget-minded Cree LED Bulb can't be beat. Now, thanks to Energy Star qualification, the best affordable LED on the market is even cheaper.
Researchers evaluated 30 popular weight-loss apps, and compared the strategies used in the apps to strategies used in an effective weight-loss program.
Would you want to know the exact moment you were going to die? Tikker, a new wristwatch, will count down to your death.
Video: When Susan Bennett laid down recordings for a client 8 years ago, she had no idea she'd someday be speaking to more than 100 million people through a not-yet-invented phone.
Whether you use earbuds or headphones, moderation is the key to enjoying music without compromising your hearing.
Remember when you actually knew your friends' phone numbers?
Phonebloks is a Lego-like approach to smartphone design, where each individual 'blok' is an isolated component that can be replaced. (And think how much waste we could curb.)
Complaints of illness and vertigo are zooming in to Apple.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.