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Back from the dead? Sightings lure scientists in search of Tasmanian tiger

It has been more that 80 years since the last Tasmania tiger died in captivity, but there are a few parties that suspect this carnivorous marsupial still roams the Australian outback after dark.

Sensor-packed electric skateboard gives hand remotes the Bird

Though we're not opposed to pounding a foot on pavement, we do find electric skateboards to be a whole lot of exhilarating fun.

Huawei Watch 2 review: Expectations don't quite meet reality

Huawei's latest smartwatch comes with a sportier look, built-in GPS and 4G/LTE capabilities, and all the bells and whistles of Android Wear 2.0, but is it going to be enough to make you want to buy one?

Stars discovered forming in extreme black-hole-driven environment

A team of European astronomers says it has made the first confirmed observation of stars forming in the powerful outflow of material hurled out by a galaxy's central supermassive black hole.

Hands-on: Do we miss the viewfinder on Canon’s EOS M6?

It's safe to say that the EOS M5 was the first mirrorless camera from Canon to really impress us. So when the firm recently announced the EOS M6, which promises to pack similar flagship skills into an even more compact body, we were keen to get our hands on it.

3D modeling comes to the HTC Vive

HTC has released MakeVR for the HTC Vive virtual reality headset. The 3D-object modeling application lets designers create and examine objects in VR and once they're ready, export them for 3D printing...

Marble machine maker shares bouncing bass build secrets

Last year, artist and musician Martin Molin of the German band Wintergatan shared the results of his mechanical labor of love with the online community – the Musical Marble Machine.

Concept system puts cyborg turtles under mind control

Cyborg insects have been scuttling and buzzing around for years, but now, researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have scaled the idea up to a turtle.

The first "civilian" Jetpack pilot gets off the ground

Jetpack Aviation reached a major milestone this month when it strapped a regular guy with no training into its JB-10 Jetpack.

US Senate votes to allow ISPs to sell your web browsing history

Last week, the US Senate voted to overturn rules preventing internet service providers from selling user's web browsing data without opt-in permissions.

Anti-aging protein reverses hair loss, improves stamina in mice

Anti-aging drug research has honed in on senescent cells in recent years. These are damaged cells that accumulate in various tissues and organs as we get older and are known to damage adjacent cells and cause chronic inflammation associated with age-related diseases.

"Immortalized" stem cells produce bigger, better blood batches

Donating blood saves lives, but there's never enough, especially when the difficulties of storage and matching blood types are taken into account.

The best VPNs in 2017

There's a growing number of valid reasons to use a virtual private network in 2017, but with the number of companies marketing VPNs skyrocketing, making an informed decision is harder than ever.

Liquid energy storage system gets the "MOST" out of the Sun

Solar power is potentially the greatest single energy source outside of controlled nuclear fusion, but the Sun is literally a fair weather source that relies on daytime and clear skies.

ESA turns to soil to keep lunar missions warm at night

ESA is developing a new heating system to help future missions to the Moon survive the freezing, fortnight-long lunar night.

iPad (2017) vs. iPad Pro 9.7

Apple's new iPad marks a new budget-minded strategy for Apple's tablet line. The company still, however, has a high-end iPad that falls in the same 10-inch window.

Citrus peels could give activated charcoal a run for its money

There may be a new way of keeping orange and grapefruit peels out of our landfills – besides composting them, that is.

World's smallest car race will take place on a gold chip

An international competition is coming up in Toulouse, France at the end of next month, but it's not a very big one.

City-slicking Opel Crossland X majors on customization

It might be under French control now, but the move from General Motors to Peugeot ownership hasn't slowed the new-product offensive from Opel.

Lack of sleep leads to diminished grasp of facial expressions

Chronic lack of sleep has been linked to high blood pressure, diabetes, aging skin, elevated cholesterol levels, weight gain and more.