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In modern times, it seems impossible that a plane can so thoroughly and mysteriously fall off the radar.
Google has a library of quirky, futuristic patents and that means that this could just be a pipe dream of one of their engineers.
From a blind spot detector to a scent diffuser, the gadgets in today's cars just want to help.
To celebrate Apple's 30th birthday, we take a look back at some of the brand's most memorable ads.
New neurofeedback techniques are helping PTSD sufferers take control of their psychological well-being.
By adjusting the volume, scientists can influence how high or low a small drop of liquid floats, or even its shape.
A new study shows that using your phone while you're en route affects your posture.
Hint: The business in the building harbors a shady past.
It turns out that the perception of time passing is as much in our heads as it is a part of reality.
Accelerometer, one the primary features of fitness trackers, 'are easy to trick' when it comes to differentiating between sleep cycles.
New technology that allows you to become a lucid dreamer is reminiscent of the sci-fi movie 'Inception.'
The company's stock is in high gear, its sales exceed expectations and two new models are coming. Tesla is disruptive for sure, but not trouble-free.
The brain picks up on subtle (and not so subtle) changes, but we sometimes fail to articulate these changes.
Amazon may know you so well that it may have your purchases at your door before you even order them.
Some say we just lost the Internet as we know it. Others are not quite so sure. What's the deal?
Two new studies decipher who prefers which kind of car, revealing unexpected attitudes that challenge many assumptions.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.