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Fri, Oct 17, 2014 7:10 PM
This nifty gadget uses air flow to push falling raindrops away, creating a dry, invisible barrier between you and the rain.
The curve in the English monarch's spine was well-balanced and as such it is unlikely he suffered from a limp or breathing problems.
Blogger, crafter and vegan Becky Striepe created The Great Vegan Search Engine as a time-saver for herself. Now she’s sharing it with the online world.
Autonomous vehicles may sound like science-fiction, but the technology exists now. Here's a look at our hands-free future.
Designer Jeff Meyers recently released a video of his dog being successfully walked by a cleverly programmed AR drone.
Thirty installers, from Brazil to the Ukraine, tough it out in one of the world's most specialized events: Belron's international competition.
The prize will tackle 1 of 6 large-scale challenges, many of which have an environmental focus.
Atlanta's High Museum of Art showcases memorable one-of-a-kind styling. You won't see these cars together anywhere else.
The reason certain types of bacteria survived longer on different plane surfaces may be related to their differing structures.
Whether you're at home or on the go, this new iTunes app will give you all the info you need to find the nearest drive-in movie theater.
The breakthrough discovery, deemed 'impossible' 80 years ago, utilizes a relatively simple technique.
Studies show that flying reduces our ability to detect certain flavors. However, some in-flight foods — such as curry and bloody Marys — do taste the same. Here's why.
Technology designed to stabilize military equipment in battle may help Parkinson's patients — or anyone who has hand tremors — lead a more normal life.
An Oculus Rift for poultry could allow birds to explore vast virtual grasslands without really going anywhere at all.
Brazilian teen beat the previous record by over 20 seconds to secure the title of 'World's Fastest Texter.'
In addition to minimizing melatonin-suppressing blue light, the Drift bulb has another remarkable health-benefitting trick up its sleeve ...
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.