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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.
Eco-photos of the week: May 30-June 5
With his mind-boggling kinetic wave sculpture, California artist Rubin Margolin hopes to inspire kids to learn more about the hidden geometry in nature.
Merlin the dolphin is the first animal to get an iPad, and he's using it to teach humans about dolphin communication.
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.
Eco-photos of the week: May 23-29
Playing video games may improve vision and other brain functions, but critics say these positive effects are outweighed by the negative.
A new app for iPhone and Android lets users report impacts of the Gulf oil spill in real time.
Eco-photos of the week: May 16-22
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.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.