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Ruby-studded handmade bike is fit for a King

Every year at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show, there seems to be one bike that particularly attracts the photo-takers and question-askers.

Giant nerves key to cuttlefish's incredible camouflage capability

The cuttlefish is often called the chameleon of the sea, but where the land-based version can only change its color, the sepia-squirting, tentacled one can change its skin texture as well as its tint in seconds.

Mercedes' 1,000+ hp Project One hypercar inspires 3,100-hp powerboat

For more than a decade, Mercedes and Cigarette Racing have been creating some cross-industry synergy, a collaboration that has resulted in eight special edition boats inspired by Mercedes sports cars.

Helipads, hot tubs and high-def TVs: Furrion concept glampers get luxury overload

During the annual melee of CES 2018, the world seemed to have largely overlooked one of the largest, most tech-packed debuts of the show.

Dyson engineers raid parts cupboard for orchestral debut

Engineers from Dyson have built a bunch of novel instruments for an orchestral piece by musician David Roche.

Catalina tiny house offers flexibility and off-grid freedom

The flagship model of Gresham, Oregon-based Tiny Innovations is called the Catalina. The towable dwelling is offered in three different sizes and its layout can be tweaked to suit, including the number of bedrooms required.

"Nano-factories" produce anti-cancer drugs from inside tumors

Like the horse of Troy, scientists at the Technion have developed a way to sneak synthetic cells right into tumor tissue, where they then begin producing cancer-fighting proteins from the inside.

Kia drops the apostrophe and adds the tech on all-new Ceed

Kia has taken the wraps off its third generation Ceed ahead of next month's Geneva Motor Show. The hatchback gets a selection of new engine options, a host of driver assist technology and a sporty exterior makeover and a subtle name change...

Study begins on first Hyperloop to cross US state lines

There are quite a few feasibility studies being carried out with regard to potential Hyperloop systems, but another announced today might be of interest to US folks that like the sound of subsonic ground travel, particularly those in Illinois and Ohio.

Guntu floating hotel offers breathtaking voyages across the Seto Inland Sea

Japanese architectural studio Yasushi Horibe has recently completed a stunning hotel located in the Seto Inland Sea of Japan.

Graphene filter makes even Sydney Harbour water drinkable

Among graphene's long list of superpowers, filtering water may be one of the most directly beneficial.

Netflix, MoviePass and how technology is radically redefining the movie business

As Netflix steps into blockbuster movie territory and MoviePass brings new disruptions to an old theatrical model, we're witnessing a transformative moment for the movie business.

Scientists lay eyes on the inner workings of the Northern Lights for the first time

As far as natural light shows go, few come more spectacular than the legendary Northern Lights. Folks have been peering up at these awe-inspiring auroras for thousands of years, but until now the inner workings of these sub-atomic showers have been subject to some (very) educated guesswork.

Photons entangled to make new form of light

Photons, the elementary particles that make up light, are known to be fast, weightless and to not interact with each other.

Dual-armed robot to lend a helping hand or two come cucumber harvesting time

The simple cucumber may be delicious on a salad or in a sandwich, but getting it to the table is a labor-intensive and increasingly expensive job, to the point where countries like Germany are in danger of seeing domestic cultivation move abroad.

The super-black building that absorbs light: Asif Khan's Vantablack Winter Olympics Pavillion

Back in 2014, the "blackest" material ever produced was revealed. Dubbed Vantablack, this material absorbed 99.96 percent of light that hit it.

Spiral galaxy NGC 3344 sparkles in glorious new Hubble image

The Hubble Space Telescope has captured a stunningly detailed view of the weakly barred spiral galaxy NGC 3344, which is located some 20 million light-years away in the direction of the "Lion Cub" constellation, Leo Minor.

Dads could be passing on genes that advance onset of ovarian cancer

Past studies have revealed that when a woman develops ovarian cancer, her sister has a higher risk of also developing the disease than her mother.

Stanford breakthrough uses stem cells to create possible cancer vaccine

An impressive new study from researchers at Stanford University has found that mice injected with inactivated induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) display significant immune system responses to a variety of cancers.

MWC 2018: What to expect from the biggest phone show of the year

It's almost time for Mobile World Congress again, the annual event held in Barcelona where the biggest names in phones and mobile get together to show off their latest gadgets.