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Tiny batteries power everything from remote controls to toys, but they can be lethal if swallowed.
The gadget, called AVOID, works in a similar way to weather radars.
Google Maps led Lauren Rosenberg to a four-lane road without sidewalks that was 'not reasonably safe for pedestrians,' according to the lawsuit.
The problem occurred when new software was installed in ground control systems for GPS satellites on Jan. 11.
Six teams guided robots through 10 challenges, including making pancakes.
Nintendo gets the lowest score on the Greenpeace Guide to Greener Electronics for its failure to address e-waste or cut CO2 emissions.
Playing video games may improve vision and other brain functions, but critics say these positive effects are outweighed by the negative.
New Jersey company creates battery that can store wind power for use during peak hours.
Hearing only one side of a conversation requires more concentration.
With these 4 simple tools, Morieka Johnson is ready to take on the world in eco-friendly style.
The wedding was the first time a marriage had been led by a robot, according to manufacturer Kokoro Co.
AT&T's ZERO Charger won’t draw electricity from a power outlet when disconnected from a mobile phone.
The communications giant has promised to plant a tree for each of its first million customers who switch to paperless billing.
The story of one man's mission to create robots that double as musical instruments.
Two college students have developed a method for capturing energy lost to potholes and other rough surfaces.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.