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Are you an armchair scientist but can't afford an expensive microscope? Try this incredible attachment that turns your phone into a powerful 150x microscope.
Men's bones gradually lost strength over time as their roles in society changed due to various inventions. Women's bones, however, changed less consistently.
Anyone in the U.S. can buy Google Glass starting at 9 a.m. ET on April 15 through the Explorer program – but spaces are limited.
As wearable fitness, sleep and calorie apps and measurements proliferate, some companies are asking workers to use them to boost productivity.
Incorporating bokeh into your photography is useful for all kinds of situations, including portraits, food, nature and much more.
True, if there's one appliance that shouldn't talk back, it's the gas BBQ. But the Lynx Smart Grill could benefit grill masters who need to step away without relinquishing control.
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It's known as the worst video game of all time, but despite toxic conditions, 2 companies want to dig up 'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial' Atari games that were dumped in the 1980s.
Ultraprecise timekeeping is critical for maintaining electrical grids, global telecommunications and GPS systems.
'Vibranxiety' isn't by itself cause for concern, but it does mean you're probably not being as mindful as you should be of the world around you.
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The Commute-Case electric scooter will also double as an actual briefcase.
Another possibility is a suit that also just happens to be a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Chris Dancy's body is so connected to the world through technology that he might qualify as the world's most complete cyborg.
Breaking up (with incandescent bulbs) can be hard to do. To help ease the pain, Philips unveils a familiar-looking, 40W equivalent LED that "lets people hold onto the light they love ..."
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.