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Sun, Dec 21, 2014 10:00 AM
The key question isn't why Tesla stock dipped below $200, but why GM and Ford are at $30 and $14.
Nifty gadget uses air flow to push falling raindrops away, creating an invisible barrier between you and the rain.
Autonomous vehicles will be ready soon — to ferry retirees around closed communities.
The particle may provide new insights into the gap between matter and the ever elusive antimatter.
Understanding how emotions and typing are connected could help online learning and counseling.
A set of iron tools were discovered around the 'find of a lifetime' chariot, tools that may have been used to care for horses at the time.
The latest breakthrough in quantum computing can be achieved using a silicon chip — the same materials that are used in conventional computers.
Adam finally gets his chance to shine in the (non-damaging) spotlight thanks to an LED overhaul set to undo the dim atmospherics of the 15th century chapel.
From lolspeak and hashtags to GIFS and 'all the feels,' the Web provides linguists with a unique opportunity to study the evolution of language.
Quant's fire-breathing electric supercar performs great — on paper. The futuristic battery tech is cool, but will it work?
Massachusetts prep school trains students in technological skills for the 21st century and beyond.
LEDs have many potential uses aside from serving as light fixtures, including transmitting data over the internet and water purification.
Using pressure sensors, the new prosthetic sends electrical signals to interact with limb's remaining nerves, which tell the brain that the limb is touching something.
Everyone assumes that wild and wooly New Jersey, Massachusetts and New York have this nailed, but not so!
Advancements made by scientists allow us to see objects that are just billionths of a meter in size.
To create a true white light requires red, green and blue light-emitting diodes — but the blue had been a surprising holdout until this trio of researchers came along.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.