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Sun, May 24, 2015 12:02 PM
Low gas prices and resistance to trying something new is hurting electric car sales now, but experts agree we can't just let the SUVs win.
Cars don't kill pedestrians; people driving cars kill pedestrians. Change the words and it becomes much more ominous — and we might actually change our behavior.
A fleet of 100 autonomous cars will be hitting the roads in 2017.
There are ways to plan a flight around potentially severe turbulence — and keep the skies friendly.
Forget about storing information on hard drives or the cloud. Soon, everything may be stored in DNA.
Scientists hope to learn something about dark matter and build on the discovery of the Higgs boson.
Billy Durant built the GM empire, got kicked out, crawled his way back in, then got booted again.
Soaring, crashing and giddy laughter were all part of the fun with the DJI Phantom 2 Vision+.
FAA's proposed rules on commercial operation of drones gives flexibility to photographers and hobbyists but does not address aerial delivery services.
Opening this summer in Nagasaki, a new hotel will be staffed by multilingual 'actroid' robots who will check in guests, carry bags and even clean rooms.
Celebrating the all-new 2016 Miata at the Chicago Auto Show with the very first 1990 model.
Everyone can have their own personal cloud of mist, thanks to designer Carlo Ratti.
I love you more than Swedish meatballs and a nonfat fro-yo cone.
Exciting new hybrids from Mitsubishi, Kia and Volvo are the talk of the Windy City.
Charles Darwin's birthday has become not just an international holiday, but an entire evolution-themed weekend. Here are five ideas for how to celebrate.
NoFlyZone.org, a free service backed by 7 drone companies, aims to offer people a method to control the airspace above their property.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.