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The '99 Days of Freedom' project has launched an experiment promoting happiness by helping users give up the social networking site.
San Francisco residents have recently reported multiple incidents of the lightweight cars being flipped over on city streets.
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Wonks have long cautioned that 'the rebound effect' will mean that people will celebrate their high-mpg vehicles by spending more time behind the wheel. In reality, fuel economy is at a record high, and vehicle miles traveled keeps dropping.
Egyptologists have no idea what the heart could've been used for or what happened to it.
The new plane features 17,000 solar cells and a larger cockpit in an effort to allow the pilot to fly for longer periods of time.
It's all about mobility and independence, and the new Horizon electric tricycle — designed by a disabled psychologist — offers both.
It's known as the worst video game of all time, but despite toxic conditions, 2 companies want to dig up 'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial' Atari games that were dumped in the 1980s.
Video: Hundreds recently turned out to watch the world's largest game of Tetris played on the side of Philadelphia's 29-story Cira Centre building as part of Philly Tech Week.
The MIT Media Lab is looking at the new visual language of animated images.
Signals that coordinate the rhythms of our heart and lungs offer inspiration for creating 'unbreakable' security codes.
Ultraprecise timekeeping is critical for maintaining electrical grids, global telecommunications and GPS systems.
While joy spreads quickly across social media, research shows it's got nothing on anger.
'Vibranxiety' isn't by itself cause for concern, but it does mean you're probably not being as mindful as you should be of the world around you.
Researchers compared the human brains to mouse brains for a sense of our similarities and our differences with the tiny critters.
As doctors and patients turn to digital devices for assistance, will we soon see a robot perform brain surgery?
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.