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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.
The robot dog was developed by the same company that created Atlas, the two-legged robot that DARPA is using in its upcoming Robotics Challenge.
The spherical Gimball, which rolls along walls and bounces off obstacles, mimics the ability of insects to crash into objects and keep flying.
How well do you know about the quality of the air you breathe lurking inside and outside of your vehicle? Take this quiz to find out.
Big Brother has been watching you ever since you got a smartphone or a smart meter.
Nine of the top 12 cars on the 2015 ACEEE list are either plug-ins or hybrids.
Italian-born experimental composer makes a living inventing sounds in the most unusual ways.
An aerial drone sent from a rover would give NASA engineers back on Earth a better understanding of the surrounding Martian terrain.
The smartphone attachment will test people's blood for the diseases, and researchers expect the dongle to cost $34.
The biological oddity does not raise questions about Darwin's theory of natural selection — rather, it affirms the theory, say scientists.
Scientists have just figured out how to make a transistor out of a silicene, which could make computer chips smaller, faster and more efficient.
With this new DARPA-funded programming, robots can not only learn by observation but will also be able to share that learning with other robots.
OK, the sound is more like 'eeeeeee,' but it's still exciting international action, and it's coming to the U.S. in March.
The Raspberry Pi isn't just a little computer, it's a phenomenon. Now's the time to jump on board.
The 2015 Kia Soul EV brings the notion of a practical, affordable all-electric car closer to the driveway.
A good folding keyboard could make your smartphone or tablet as useful as a desktop computer. Is this it?
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.