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Mon, Mar 10, 2014 11:41 AM
Researchers are staying mum as to why the Navy would be interested in a toy, but the Waboba's elasticity could help ship-builders in the future.
With an iPhone as your controller, a new gadget will really make your paper airplanes soar through the air.
Take a pill, become a musical genius? Scientists have discovered a drug that resets the brain to make this a possibility.
The human mind is primed to seek meaning in all things, and sometimes we see elaborate meanings in simple things.
A company has released a brick-style cellphone that can last up to a month on a single charge.
The website GiveIt100 provides accountability and motivation to help you master your goals.
Automakers use the beeps to confirm the alarm, to back up, to alert the driver to this or that. It's gotten totally out of hand, say a group of determined activists.
From traffic lights to skyscrapers, steel is used in all sorts of ways. Lucky for us that steel is incredibly recyclable.
Will Burrard-Lucas is a wildlife photographer with a special talent for devising devices that get the camera close to his subjects. His newest flying creation is taking his camera to new heights — literally.
Researchers excavated latrines and sewage drains from restaurants to determine what the citizens of the doomed city consumed.
The C-MAX Solar Energi should be able to make 75 percent of its trips on sun power.
The new controller would be designed to work in conjunction with more traditional controllers rather than replacing them.
Next step? Medicine. (No, we're not making this up.)
The mingling quarks could help scientists figure out why matter and antimatter behave differently.
New research reveals that reading a novel can 'trick' your brain and 'transport you into the body of the protagonist.'
Despite the fact that there are a number of fitness tracking apps for smartphones, many people still want a device dedicated just to their exercise routines.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.