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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.
The first female director-general of CERN was a leader in the search to find the elusive Higgs boson particle.
It'll be very easy to sneak up on anyone wearing Google Glass.
As a resident of Car Talk Plaza since 2008 (and a fellow Dodge Dart owner), I can tell you that Tom was the same off the mike as he was on — and that's what made the show work.
The city fleet will have 425 Leafs, Volts and Energis on the road by early next year.
Study finds that the level of immersion matters when it comes to feelings of aggression.
The public is wild about the cheap and cheerful three-wheeled Elio, but a $185 million government loan is key to getting it on the road.
The super cold device is eventually intended to function as a particle detector.
These organoid stomachs are only missing the part that produces the acid necessary to digest food.
A new TV show is looking for auto-based scams, and needs to cast a few seething victims--like you.
Capacity of the new development, which will include hotels and malls, will easily dwarf current global leaders Chicago and Atlanta.
Citing driver freedom, many states are hitting 80 and even 85 mph these days. There's plenty of evidence to suggest that's a bad idea.
Research establishes a link between facial ratio and self-reported behavioral tendencies in both men and women.
The analyzed thighbone revealed that the ancient Siberian man was equally closely related to present-day Asians and to early Europeans.
The new bi-fuel car runs on 'biogas,' which is already a big deal in Europe — and it's cheap, too.
Instead of fused together vertebrae, the ancient kings of Egypt like just had some stiff backs.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.