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Small-brained elephantnose fish can think big like humans


Fish may be smarter than we thought. Not only can some recognize human faces, but others can use their senses in a way that it was believed only humans and other mammals could manage.

One-off open-top Vantage GT12 debuts as Aston Martin's most extreme roadster ever


What do you do if you love the powerful, lightweight Aston Martin Vantage GT12 but want to feel the wind rustling your hair while behind the wheel?

Hubble investigates dark spot on Neptune


If Neptune seems a bit blemished of late, it's because NASA has confirmed that a dark spot has shown up in its bluish atmosphere.

Fancy footwear lets amputees get their game on


When Gyorgy (George) Levay lost both hands to a meningitis infection five years ago, many people might have assumed that his gaming days were over.

Flower power: Transparent rose-petal skin enhances solar cells


We humans tend to pat ourselves on the back when we make strides in converting the sun's light into energy through solar technology, but plants have been doing much the same thing on Earth for thousands of years.

Fender wraps Blues Junior amp in a whiskey barrel


Blues music and whiskey go together like guitars and amps. Some of the best tunes to come out of post-war Chicago have the golden nectar flowing through their veins.

Secret behind success of breakaway cancer cells uncovered


A team of researchers, led by scientists at the Queen Mary University of London, has made a breakthrough in our understanding of how cancer cells are able to spread around the body and form deadly new tumors.

Volcanoes: The prophetic silence before the violence


We often think of volcanoes as sleeping giants that could erupt in a rain of fire with little notice.

Man-machine collaboration at heart of new Artificial Intelligence XPrize


Registration has just opened up for an all new US$5 million XPrize, this time focusing on getting humans collaborating better with artificial intelligence to solve major global issues.

Lamborghini dresses the Aventador up like a Miura to celebrate 50th birthday


In 1966, Lamborghini grabbed the world by the unmentionables and showed it one of the most delicious, lust-worthy cars it had ever seen.

Sweden cuts the ribbon on electric highway for trucks


Integrating carbon-friendly power supplies into roadways is an idea loaded with merit, as the considerable global interest in this technology seems to indicate.

On the water with Kymera's jet-powered body board


Gizmag first met garage inventor Jason Woods back in 2011. Since then the Kymera jet-powered body board has been evolving into what is now a nearly production-ready machine complete with official specifications and pricing.

Rolls-Royce Black Badges sneak up on Goodwood


Driving a Rolls-Royce is an exercise in being seen, but that doesn't necessarily mean you need to shout with chrome and flashy wheels.

Surprise package: Juno nears rendezvous with Jupiter


On July 4, Americans usually celebrate Independence Day with parades, fireworks and picnics, but this year NASA is adding its own contribution to festivities as the Juno deep space probe becomes just the second spacecraft in history to orbit Jupiter.

Nissan's zippy GT-R drone keeps apace with its supercar sibling


In an attempt to highlight the speed credentials of its new 2017 GT-R, Nissan has employed a vehicle of a different sort.

Ship-to-shore delivery shows real-world potential of disaster relief drones


When roads, powerlines and other infrastructure are knocked out of action by natural disasters like Hurricane Sandy, getting critical supplies to people in need is all the more difficult.

Special editions galore as Dodge brings down the curtain on the Viper


As emissions rules grow tighter and buyers demand more from their cars, Dodge is laying to rest one of the brashest, boldest, roughest cars on the road.

DeepHand motion tracking enters the VR arms race


The VR arms race is in full flight, and hands seem to be the next frontline in the battle, whether that's fought with infrared cameras, electromagnetic sensors, handheld controllers like those used by the HTC Vive, Playstation Move or Oculus Touch, or even full-body exoskeletons.

Those perfect cars you see in TV ads? Here's the Mad Max machine underneath the CGI


This wicked little electric beast looks like a ton of fun to drive, but it's even more impressive than it looks.

Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robot helps out around the house


Boston Dynamics has gone from the battlefield to the home with a smaller, quieter quadruped robot that can navigate around the house and even fetch you a drink – if you can get it to let go of the can.


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