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These female inventors got busy at the drawing board and transformed the way we live at home, at work and many places in between.
Chronic itchiness is a widespread and serious problem for many people.
The submarine uses the principles of flight -- drag and lift -- to 'soar' in the ocean.
The IFTTT service allows your apps — like Instagram, GMail and WeMo — to talk to one other, streamlining your life through simple combinations of actions and reactions. Here's some of our favorite ways it makes life easier.
Long before the 356, Ferdinand Porsche was making automotive magic. Now his very first car is out of a century-long storage for all to see.
My grocery store is now offering digital receipts. Now I want everywhere that I shop to do it.
Rumors, patents, and factory production orders seem to indicate that Apple is eying a sun-charged device.
It may take a while for the stethoscope to disappear as the ultrasound device that could replace it are expensive and doctors may not be familiar with the technology.
Google has a library of quirky, futuristic patents and that means that this could just be a pipe dream of one of their engineers.
From a blind spot detector to a scent diffuser, the gadgets in today's cars just want to help.
To celebrate Apple's 30th birthday, we take a look back at some of the brand's most memorable ads.
New neurofeedback techniques are helping PTSD sufferers take control of their psychological well-being.
By adjusting the volume, scientists can influence how high or low a small drop of liquid floats, or even its shape.
A new study shows that using your phone while you're en route affects your posture.
Hint: The business in the building harbors a shady past.
It turns out that the perception of time passing is as much in our heads as it is a part of reality.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.