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Tue, Sep 02, 2014 10:15 AM
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The thermoelectric wizards at BioLite are back with a new, Kickstarter-funded device that, once again, marries off-grid cookery with gadget charging.
You don’t have to hang up the bike after Bike to Work Day. Here are a few tips to keeping the wheel rolling at any time of year.
New 'smart lighter' can help smokers manage their habit and quit when they're ready.
This high-tech billboard can do the work of 1,200 trees, scrubbing the air of pollutants.
For anyone who loves technology as much as they love their dog, we have some must-see gadgets.
The sperm are at least 16 million years old, and indicate that the seed shrimp has changed very little in that time.
There's no turning back now. We're on the brink of a new tech revolution, but what will it mean for our daily lives?
The robotic research vehicle 'Nereus' was exploring a trench six miles below the ocean surface when it imploded.
After suspending operations, Smith Electric Vehicles is back with a $42 million Chinese investment and plans to blanket the Earth with electric delivery vehicles.
Instead of programming the robotic arm to catch things, researchers used a technique called 'programming by demonstration' to teach the robot how to move on its own and adapt.
The arm uses wireless signals from sensors on the feet and other inputs to control the arm's multiple joints that can use six different types of grips.
Billionaire hopes to fly passengers from New York to Tokyo in only one hour.
Lucid dreams are an opportunity to observe how the brain changes from one state of consciousness to another, a boon to those who study how consciousness works.
This clever invention provides information about water while simultaneously providing the means for water purification.
Amtrak is enjoying record ridership, but opponents still want to shut it down.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.