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Here's a short message to smartphone makers before you try to wow us with a bunch of glitzy features in your next device: Don't do it.
A lighting system that combines white LEDs with nanoparticles can mimic a natural sunny day, even when the skies outside are grey and gloomy
Approximately 18.1 percent of all US households with a Netflix or Hulu account are considered to be “cord cutters” or Internet consumers that lack cable or satellite television, according to a report by Experian Marketing Services. This includes independent young adults who have never paid for TV services.
Several bio-tech companies are developing exoskeletons that give people superhuman abilities. But these robotic suits are also doing something simpler: They're helping paralyzed veterans walk again.
An iPad accessory launching later this year will bring transparent morphing buttons to the device’s screen to aid touch-typing.
It runs, it jumps, it kicks a soccer ball -- but there's still work needed to remove the "creepiness" factor, says Honda
We can see countless millions of miles into the blackness of space, but a 3-mile depth in the ocean is testing the very limits of our technology because most of it just doesn’t work underwater
Tiny robots that work together like ants could lead to a new way to manufacture complex structures and electronics.
A wireless industry trade group says a free preloaded or downloaded anti-theft tool will be installed on phones sold in the US after July 2015, allowing the owner to disable the device remotely if it gets stolen. Bigad Shaban reports.
A South African carpenter lost his fingers in an accident -- now he's making mechanical fingers and hands for others.