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After years of testing, the perpetually innovating engineers at Dyson have taken the company's famous bladeless fan and made it smoother, sleeker and almost silent.
Video: After breaking up a fight between 2 dogs, Arizona mother Laura Toone needed medical attention. Her 2-year-old son, Bentley, who's known for making prank FaceTime calls, saved the day by calling Toone's friend.
When solar-powered accent lights just aren't cutting it, Alvaro Cassinelli's somewhat nightmarish crawling robo-lanterns will help you safely traverse a garden or backyard at night.
The Boeing Black tackles cybersecurity with a range of spy-like features.
The free messaging service is undergoing changes after being bought out by Facebook.
A new initiative from the UNICEF Tap Project donates a day’s worth of clean water for every 10 minutes you don’t touch your phone.
Reported instances of contact dermatitis may have been a reaction to nickel used in the wristband's metal parts.
Want to keep annoying, distressing or sad information out of your newsfeed? There's an app for that.
Can the world produce auto-lacing sneakers in time for the 2015 anniversary of Marty McFly's jump into the future? One shoe designer says 'Yes!'
New study looks at dyslexia as more of an attention disorder than a problem with reading.
Apps have the ability to change behaviors that lower cancer risks, but may not be of much use for those who already have certain cancers.
In addition to breaking easily, the iPad Mini is also the most difficult to repair according to a new study.
Video: To celebrate the 30th birthday of Macintosh, Apple filmed an ad entirely on an iPhone and aired it during the Super Bowl.
Making juice from your fresh produce can be easy if you have the right equipment to do the job.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.