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Sony FES Watch U makes the most of its e-ink canvas


When it was first shown off in 2014, the FES Watch caught our eye with its fully customizable e-ink band and face.

Quantum dots meet curves in Samsung's new gaming monitors


Gamers trying to decide between the superior color of quantum dots or the immersion of a curved screen for their next computer monitor can now have the best of both worlds.

Graphene breakthrough is big news for future of semiconductors


The supermaterial graphene has been receiving quite a bit of attention over the past few years. The latest breakthrough comes in the form of a method for using the strong, super-conducting one-atom-thick layer of carbon atoms to create two-dimensional materials that could, in turn, be used in the next generation of lasers, electronics and sensors.

Arachnophobic? Doc Oculus may have the cure


Today VR is used mostly for games, with a few 360-degree sightseeing or storytelling experiences thrown in for good measure.

Freaky old tricycle could soon be yours


With the plethora of unusual tricycle designs we've seen lately, it's easy to forget that some of the weirdest trikes came out over a century ago, when the technology was much younger.

See you on the 7th, says Apple


Amidst swirling iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2 rumors, Apple announced its next big event with a minimal invitation, remarking only "See you on the 7th." ..

Trans-Neptunian objects build case for ninth planet


If you grew up knowing that there were nine planets orbiting our sun and were a bit crushed when Pluto lost its status among those celestial bodies, there might be new hope for a nine-pack, as researchers are again putting forth the idea that a giant planet might be lurking somewhere out there on the fringes of our Solar System...

Newly reported trans-Neptunian objects build case for ninth planet


If you grew up knowing that there were nine planets orbiting our sun and were a bit crushed when Pluto lost its status among those celestial bodies, there might be new hope for a nine-pack, as researchers are again putting forth the idea that a giant planet might be lurking somewhere out there on the fringes of our Solar System...

“Weather bomb” could shed light on mysteries of Earth’s interior


Researchers from the University of Tokyo have uncovered a rarely detected type of seismic wave deep inside of the Earth stemming from a "weather bomb," an extratropical storm that is small, fast-developing and possesses central pressure that rapidly increases in intensity.

“Weather bomb” could shed light on mysteries of Earth’s interior


Researchers from the University of Tokyo have uncovered a rarely detected type of seismic wave deep inside of the Earth stemming from a "weather bomb," an extratropical storm that is small, fast-developing and possesses central pressure that rapidly increases in intensity.

Smart indoor garden discreetly grows plants and herbs


One doesn't necessarily need a green thumb and lush plots of land in order to cultivate quality crops.

Fitbit’s still moving and shaking with new Flex 2 and Charge 2


Fitbit just launched new generations of its popular Charge and Flex wristbands without increasing their price points.

Philips adds a motion sensor to flick on its connected Hue lights


A long-time staple of outdoor security lighting has now popped into the home to make smart lighting a little smarter, with Philips today introducing a motion sensing switch for its range of connected Hue bulbs...

Philips adds a motion sensor to flick on its connected Hue lights


A long-time staple of outdoor security lighting has now popped into the home to make smart lighting a little smarter, with Philips today introducing a motion sensing switch for its range of connected Hue bulbs...

Life on Earth may have arrived very early on the cosmic timeline


At this moment, two Voyager probes are speeding out into the unknown each carrying a "golden record" with information about our planet, our many different languages, our sciences and arts.

Life on Earth may have arrived very early on the cosmic timeline


A new theoretical study by scientists from Oxford and Harvard suggests that life on Earth may have arrived early, cosmically speaking.

Say cheese! Apple anti-theft patent hints at recording video, fingerprints of iPhone thieves


Though tools are available to remotely lock, clear data and track a stolen smartphone, Apple appears to be looking into ways to identify grab and run thieves.

Apple anti-theft idea records fingerprints, video of iPhone thieves


Though tools are available to remotely lock, clear data and track a stolen smartphone, Apple appears to be looking into ways to identify grab and run thieves.

Year-long Mars mission simulation comes to an end


A team of scientists have re-entered normal life on Earth after spending a year on Mars – or at least, a year-long simulation of life on Mars.

Seaside drive: The 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in pictures


We've taken a close look at the gorgeous concepts cars that turned heads during Monterey Car Week 2016, now it's time for a stroll down memory lane – or more specifically, a stroll along the 18th fairway at Pebble Beach to take in some of the finest specimens in automotive history at this years' Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance...


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