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The FoldScope will bring microscopes to the masses and revolutionize health care around the world.
New research could lead to better, longer-lasting rechargeable batteries.
Rules are easing on buying and selling the old American cars that still line Havana's streets.
From giant lily pads and rubber duckies to crop circles and ancient trees (not to mention a bunch of seriously cute animals) 2013 was a sweet year for tweets.
Video: Filmmaker Josh Seftel bought his mother an iPad last year and turned her into a YouTube sensation. In the process, he the two developed an even closer bond.
From radio stations across the world, books, movies and even games for pets, here are some great apps to get you started.
From driverless cars to diesels that even Americans will love, our car blogger gazes into his crystal ball.
The technology-lover in your life will appreciate e-books, digital TV shows and online gift certificates.
The highest scoring teams now go on to compete for $2 million in prize money.
It's a Christmas miracle! Swedish research and design teams unveil a prototype line of cellulose-based tableware with one rather appealing advantage.
The nanoscale structures would propel themselves into tight spaces that other treatments can't reach.
No, people don't search for practical cars they might actually buy. They look at $2 million Bugatti dream cars.
With high hopes, I tried out the product that claims to repair broken strands of holiday lights. Did it work?
The wireless camera attaches to your mobile device and provides a clear view — even through water and ink — for taking photos or recording video.
The full-sized drivable car was built with 500,000 LEGO pieces.
From solar energy revelations to science-related activism, these researchers were very busy this year.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.