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Fri, Apr 24, 2015 11:12 PM
Fleets of these "artificial bees" could one day pollinate our crops just like real bees do.
Drone manufacturer's latest model features an improved camera, battery and updated software.
Having a USB port built into your electric outlet can be useful. But is it the greatest thing since sliced bread?
We don't mean literally, but scientists are reconsidering bringing the species back as a classification after being out of use for over 100 years.
Described as a 'portable center piece,' Philips newest smart LED is a super-versatile mood-setter.
The upgraded particle accelerator will smash protons together at energies up to 13 trillion electron volts, and that means more chances of discovering exotic particles.
Whether you like it or not, it's coming and it is the new 'domestic landscape.'
Crossovers are in, but they're dropping weight, pushing fuel economy and adding hybrid drives.
Or as the economists like to say, there ain't no such thing as a free lunch.
Walkster and Zingy solve the problem from a different perspective but reach the same goal.
The huge Chinese market is a focus for both the new Lincoln Continental and the McLaren 570S.
By reducing the urban heat island effect, mass adoption of electric vehicles may even cut our air conditioning bills.
Two engineering students have built a device that can instantly douse a fire with just a deep hum.
A rogue group of 'biohackers' have injected the eyeballs of a brave volunteer with a liquid solution that gave him night vision.
A new report shows major metro employment is moving further away from where people actually live. It's worse for poor people and minorities — and Atlanta takes the cake.
Sky City was supposed to be 220 stories, and this building was supposed to be 97 stories — but there's more to building than just technical innovation.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.