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Wed, Jan 28, 2015 9:38 AM
Yes, and live in single-family suburban homes, too. Does this change everything?
You bet they do, and the design hasn't changed much since the 1930s.
Richard Branson announces plan to launch a massive 'satellite constellation' and deliver high-speed Internet access to billions.
Recycling or donating your old iPhone is sensible. But these projects are much more fun.
Intel introduces an entire computer that you just plug into the HDMI port of your TV. How far the mighty computer has fallen.
Having long sat on the sidelines of the smart bulb brouhaha, the LED manufacturer jumps in with a $15 contender.
From angry birds to blatant human error, here are some of the numerous ways aerial drones are crashing back to Earth.
Can you put a number on health and happiness? Yes.
New research shows that just clicking the 'like' button reveals more about us than we realize.
It would seem like a good idea to close the vents in a room that you aren't using, but it can come back and bite you.
Despite $2 a gallon gas, automakers are still going green, and the popularity of the gas-electric range extender format is just one example.
Computers see an extra second, something added to adjust for the Earth's geological time, as time actually running backwards.
What will our household robot look like and what will it do? Probably not what we're seeing at CES this year, but there is one that has promise.
The computer can only handle itself in two-player games since a third player introduces too many gaming variables into the mix.
It's happening faster than we thought. Automakers like Volvo, VW, BMW, Audi and Mercedes are going full speed ahead, aiming for autonomous cars on the road by 2025.
You swap the batteries instead of charging them. It's a model that has failed before but makes sense here.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.