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Andrew Choy took this night shot of San Francisco International Airport from a Cessna back in 2005. Gorgeous, right? It was even a finalist for the 2006 Wikimedia Commons Picture of the Year. With all that hectic holiday travel underway, it's nice to see
So, you've probably seen someone drift a car before. But what about two cars at the same time?
On December 31, 2012, there was a solar eruption that extended about 160,000 miles out from the Sun.
Watch as Neal Stephenson shows off his impressive fruit-slashing moves at around 2,300 frames per second.
When I go skiing I like to savor the solitude of the mountains, but I guess some people can't stand the thought of living without their music for an afternoon. For them, this solar ski helmet will can charge up their gadgets as they ski, ensuring that the
Carrying a huge smartphone isn't for everyone. NEC's upcoming smartphone has a screen on the front and back; and combines into a larger one at any time.
A new material created by researchers at MIT performs a pretty handy trick: it turns small amounts of water vapor into energy.
Whether you're young or just young at heart, it's winter time and that means one thing — fun in the cold weather.
We got to try the Displair’s fogscreen and we're every bit as impressed by its potential to bring us closer to the fluid gesture control seen in Minority Report.
New genetic therapy, targeting one specific protein in HIV, may impede replication of the virus to the extent that HIV-infected humans will never develop AIDS.
Games can be a valuable teaching tool. Or at least, that's the argument I'd be using to get the newest SimCity into my classroom.
Disney’s new gaming platform “Infinity” combines physical action figures of characters from the company’s animated films with video games, Skylanders-style.
Dutch architecture firm Universe Architecture is planning to build a house with 3D printed materials in the shape of a Möbius strip.
Forget the screen, Samsung's new smart fridge features fridge-to-freezer conversion | DVICE dvice.com
Wait, are you saying you never wanted a screen on your fridge? Because Samsung's vision for a connected kitchen includes just that, among other upgrades.
As the iconic San Francisco Bay Bridge reaches its 75th year, a tech-powered public art installation will commemorate its anniversary.
Amanda Ghassaei has created a 3D printed record that, according to her, plays on "regular turntables, with regular needles, at regular speeds, just like any vinyl record." It doesn't sound the best, but for what it is, it plays phenomenally.