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The best bathroom gifts, gadgets and gizmos 2016


The bathroom could be one of the last bastions of pure privacy (unless you have kids), where we can badly belt out a tune in the shower, soak in the tub with a good book and a glass of wine, or take the time to primp and preen ourselves, all without judgement.

Last chance to see: Paddling through time on the Mekong


New Atlas' Mike Hanlon recently spent several nights in the villages of the remote hill tribes of northern Laos.

Direct brain stimulation lets gamers play blind


As indicated by the name, video games are a very visual medium. But that hasn't stopped participants in a study at the University of Washington (UW) successfully playing through a game without ever actually looking at it, hearing it or using any of the standard five senses.

From bananas to Bohemian glass: A dose of radiation reality


Ever since 1896 when Henri Becquerel noticed that certain minerals blurred photograph plates sealed in paper, radiation has fascinated and frightened the public.

Apollo 15 drill chuck that helped bore into lunar surface up for auction


Such a tiny fraction of the massive Saturn V rocket returned home from each Apollo Moon mission that it's surprising what has survived over the years.

10 nerdy Christmas gifts that speak to your inner-geek


If you're struggling to find some Christmas gifts for that friend who loves their geek toys, or even if you just want to treat yourself with a fun, little pop-culture oddity, then you've come to the right place.

Nanocrystals may bring night vision to normal glasses


Night vision goggles do a great job of countering the human eye's poor ability to see in the dark, but the devices are usually bulky, requiring several layers of lenses and plenty of power.

John Deere's electric tractor: A vision of zero emissions farming


John Deere has released a video of an all-electric concept tractor in the lead-up to the SIMA Agribusiness show in France, pointing the way toward a zero-emissions tractor product in the future...

Honda taking NeuV and robotic motorcycle concepts to CES


It's a sign of the times that automotive companies are releasing major new concept cars at the Consumer Electronics Show and in years to come, as robotics and artificial intelligence become part of our transport, Las Vegas in the New Year may become the premier such showcase of intelligent vehicles in the world.

Final LaFerrari sells for $7 million in auction to aid earthquake victims


The 500th and last LaFerrari has sold for a staggering US$7 million at auction, with the proceeds going towards aiding the victims of the recent earthquakes in central Italy...

Final LaFerrari sells for $7 million in auction to aid earthquake victims


The 500th and last LaFerrari has sold for a staggering US$7 million at auction, with the proceeds going towards aiding the victims of the recent earthquakes in central Italy...

3D-printing software reshapes musical instrument design


When most of us think of a musical wind instrument, we generally picture what is essentially a tube with a mouthpiece at one end – something like a flute, recorder or saxophone.

A handful of nuts a day may keep the grim reaper away


Nuts have long been the poster food for heart health, but are they just as effective at reducing the risk of diseases such as cancer and stroke?

Chevrolet picks home charger for Bolt EV


One of the last dominoes that needs to fall for electric power to usurp internal combustion is charging speed.

Mobile app and core trainer turns ab workouts into a game


There are many reasons to work on core strength, but there's only one way to get it: hard work. The Stealth core trainer (currently on Kickstarter) wants to help you smile through your training by turning planks into a full-body arcade game...

Street-legal F1 car ready to return to the road – with a new owner


Thanks to a bet with engineers at Lola, some lucky enthusiast will drive away from an upcoming Bonhams auction with a street-legal Formula 1 race car.

Street-legal F1 car ready to hit the road – with a new owner


Thanks to a bet with engineers at Lola, some lucky enthusiast will drive away from an upcoming Bonhams auction with a street-legal Formula 1 race car.

Parrot drones track health of drought-ravaged sequoia trees


For almost a decade, scientist Todd Dawson has studied the giant sequoia trees of California's Whitaker Forest, scaling these towering behemoths as part of an effort to monitor the health of the ecosystem.

Radical player rides your records


Although portable record players have been around for decades, they're generally still not small enough to just be thrown in a bag – after all, they do have to accommodate a spinning LP.

Our c-section success might be giving us big heads


Caesarean sections have helped overcome many a life-threatening childbirth since becoming more commonplace in the 1950s, but what of their influence on human evolution?


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