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Tue, Dec 23, 2014 7:22 PM
There are all sorts of creative (and better) ways of finding your lost stuff these days.
Audi’s R8 e-tron sports car is finally a reality — with almost 300 miles on a charge.
Rubber bullets, tear gas and sound cannons may be nonlethal but they can still cause physical harm.
Powered by food scraps and sewage, Bio-Bus carries commuters and tourists between Bristol Airport and Bath.
Despite having unique spins, the two new particles are behaving exactly how scientists predicted.
Automakers are finally rolling out the high-tech zero-emission vehicles they've been working on for 30 years.
It turns out that a smile and a nod are contagious and make for happier roads.
Gloves designed after a gecko's feet allow human climbers to scale walls with ease.
It's an ambitious goal — build an exact replica, down to the neuron, of the small nematode C. elegans. When does a digital roundworm become real?
The Big Apple's dwindling pay phone population will soon all but vanish, replaced with charging station-equipped wireless hotspots.
Pro skateboarder tries out the Hendo, a prototype proof-of-concept that uses magnetic fields to levitate.
From bees to boats, these autonomous creations are today's most awesome technology.
With little public funding for science, Silicon Valley investors are coming to the rescue.
New breed of supercomputers can compute at more than 5 times the speed of previous models, and could be a boon to research.
The Korean electric car is a credible competitor for bestsellers like the Nissan Leaf. It's affordable, too, so let's break the California-only barrier.
The robot's ultraviolet rays, which are 25,000 times brighter than florescent lights, can destroy the pathogens that humans miss.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.