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Meet a brainy LED bulb equipped with embedded sensors that will help you sleep better (and save a bundle of cash).
Reports that a chatbot named 'Eugene Goostman' has passed the Turing Test have been widely exaggerated.
The casino magnate set out to own the world's largest car collection and succeeded, with more than 1,400 collector vehicles — many one-of-a-kind — before his untimely death. Come take a tour with me.
Google sent its Street View team to Brazil to photograph the 12 stadiums where the 2014 World Cup games will be played. Walk the pitches here.
Priorities include, among others, generating maps of the nervous system and determining how brain activity causes behavior.
The conversation about any kind of brain enhancement boils down to ethics, says one scientist.
Also in the cops' motor pool are McLarens, Astons and Lamborghinis.
With HomeKit, a new framework that transforms your iPhone or iPad into an all-in-one remote control for the connected home, Siri will finally start to really pull her weight around the house.
The video winner, an outreach coordinator in the physics department at the University of California, San Diego, won due to her playful but respectful approach to teaching kids.
The next step is making sure the robots could move on their own after they've pulled themselves together.
The solar-powered plane averaged about 35 miles per hour during its test flight in Switzerland.
The breakthrough could prove that Einstein — who derided the idea of quantum teleportation as 'spooky' — was wrong.
The Union of Concerned Scientists has some good news: All 8 of the top automakers have cut their climate emissions, but Chrysler still gets a 'dirty tailpipe' award for not improving much.
A combination of lasers and stem cells help teeth re-grow dentin, a hard tooth tissue good enough for chewing.
The prize consists of cash awards of $1 million, and laureates will also receive a gold medal and a scroll in a ceremony.
The curve in the English monarch's spine was well-balanced and as such it is unlikely he suffered from a limp or breathing problems.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.