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Super Mario Run to hit Android in March


Nintendo may be saving the mustachioed Mario's next big adventure as a Christmas present for early Switch adopters, but he will be coming to a new platform in the next few months.

NASA confirms 2016 was the hottest year on record


Another year, another broken temperature record. As early data predicted, NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have now reported that globally, 2016 was the warmest year since records began in 1880.

HTC U Ultra vs. Google Pixel XL


While Google took all the credit, the company's Pixel and Pixel XL were manufactured by HTC. How does HTC's silent-partner gig stack up next to the company's upcoming 2017 flagship, the U Ultra?

VR "smell mask" lets you sniff things you may regret


The OhRoma answers the question that has been vexing adult entertainment fans for years: What does what I'm watching smell like?

Lizard-inspired pens change ink color as you draw


A couple of years ago, a group of entrepreneurs successfully Kickstarted a little something known as the Chameleon Pen.

Ford unveils muscular new 2018 Mustang


To unveil the new 2018 Ford Mustang, the automaker teamed up with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson to give one away to a military veteran.

With Threads, Slack declares war on obtrusive side conversation


The cross-platform collaboration tool Slack just announced a new way that its suite of apps will organize communication.

Cancer researchers stumble onto drugs' fat-blasting powers


While the scientific inquiry process is generally linear and highly regimented, every once in awhile, happenstance works its way in.

Soft robotic heart sleeve helps pump blood


Heart failure is a multi-billion-dollar problem that affects 41 million people worldwide. While numerous promising studies, including novel therapies involving 3D printing and bionic heart patches, have been conducted to treat this condition, a commercially viable solution remains out of reach.

Guiding gadget shows cyclists where to go – but not how to get there


Many cyclists like to think that they're freer than motorists … better able to go where they want, when they want.

GarageBand for iOS, Logic Pro X receive major updates


Today, Apple rolled out major updates to its leading music-editing apps. GarageBand for iOS now includes a synthesizer and other enhancements to the mobile music recording experience.

US Army's hoverbike takes flight


What started as crazy DIY project in an Australian backyard six years ago has now blossomed into a cutting-edge aircraft for the US Army.

Nissan announces first on-road autonomous vehicle tests in Europe


Nissan recently stated that the next version of its all-electric Leaf will feature an autonomous driving mode – as will the newest Qashqai crossover.

How to switch from iPhone to Android


So you've decided to abandon the iPhone in favor of an Android. What should you expect? How do you migrate your accounts and content from the iOS ivory tower?

"Green" plastic made from green needles


When pine trees are harvested, it's obviously the wood that people are after – the needles are simply discarded.

Material scientists untangle secrets of strong human hair


For material scientists scouring the natural world for inspiration, there may seem plenty of tougher customers than a human hair.

Thync Relax: 10 days with the new "neuroscience" wearable


The original Thync was one of the most eyebrow-raising wearables of 2015. Sending electrical currents through your head to essentially zap your brain into either a calmer or more-energized mood, we saw it as a potential preview of a future where tech can replace drugs.

Shiver me timbers: Fender plunders historic frigate for one-off amps


Fender's Custom Shop can pretty much always be relied upon to come up with something a little special for the National Association of Music Merchants show in California, which kicks off tomorrow.

Review: Lumos helmet makes cyclists stand out


Back in 2015, Lumos initiated a Kickstarter program to manufacture a bicycle helmet with an embedded headlight, tail light and turn indicators.

Pick-shaped acoustic mic gets its own preamp and DSP


Toward the end of 2015, IK Multimedia released a clip-on microphone/interface specifically made for acoustic guitars.


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