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Thanks to camera traps, researchers have taken an unprecedented look at animals in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, a fantastically dense, tangled and vibrant jungle in the heart of equatorial Africa.
India has launched a new version of its ultra-low-cost tablet computer with a quicker processor and an improved battery, on sale to students at the subsidised price of $20.
Automakers are racing to get apps in the dash, with varying degrees of success.
Even with the somewhat muted (by Apple standards) demand for the iPad mini, Apple still had a fantastic weekend of iPad sales. It seems that even the company’s non-hits are hits. That’s not the case.
Software turns English into synthesized Chinese almost instantly.
Secrecy shrouds what could be a gaming-specific tablet.
This week on the Gadget Lab Show, the team checks out the Nook HD tablet and Samsung Galaxy Note II and has a few goodies to give away to a pair of lucky viewers.
The patent system has been getting a lot of heat lately, especially with the high-profile fight between Apple and Samsung.
If only cyclists and motorists could read each other’s minds. Think how much better it would be out on the road.
We are often surprised by the speed of the latest computer or smartphone, but the supercomputers that do the world's craziest calculations will always put our dinky consumer electronics to shame.
Biocomputers make maps, run logic gates, perform binary calculations and more.
What do you need to rig an election? A basic knowledge of electronics and $30 worth of RadioShack gear, professional hacker Roger Johnston reveals. The good news: we can stop it.
Idaho State University's Jeffrey Meldrum is looking for private donations to build the remote-controlled vessel.
Robotic assassination campaigns directed from the Oval Office. Cyber espionage programs launched at the president's behest. Surveillance on an industrial scale.
President Barack Obama may have voted for Mitt Romney yesterday when he cast his Early Vote at the Martin Luther King Community Center in Chicago's 4th Ward. Nobody knows for sure. Even him.
Why Was Uncertified 'Experimental' Software Installed on ES&S Tabulation Systems in 39 OH Counties Just Days Before Presidential Election?
It feels like the holidays are already here.
Apple is exploring how to drop Intel chips in favor of its home grown chips, Adam Stariano, Peter Burrows, and Ian King at Bloomberg report.
Starships! Warp drive! Teleportation! "Star Trek" has given real scientists more futuristic technologies to strive for than any other piece of science fiction
The KOLOS attaches to an iPad and turns it into a steering wheel for racing games, complete with a detachable base that attaches to most surfaces
Fraunhofer's OLED data glasses
Here's to listening to music while staying grilled out nicely.
The image was taken by Curiosity’s MAHLI hand-held camera, which sits on the end of the rover’s extendable arm. MAHLI snapped 55 pictures from different locations.
Thanks to the free market of the internet, capitalism, and social media, I am able to be me, and profit from it. It is truly something that makes me thankful.
Here’s the thing about contemporary rapid prototyping tools — while they’re rapid compared to sending your designs off to a factory, they still aren’t all that rapid.
Five years from now, says Intel, your phone could double as a supercomputer.
The apocalypse edition: Featuring a tiny hand-turbine that's good in a pinch, a jacket for firestorms or nuclear winter, and a stove that can burn almost any fuel.
A startup says it's cracked a decades-old efficiency problem dogging wireless communications.
East Coast: Hurricane. West Coast: A whole bunch of new gadgets, including a new Nexus tablet and smartphone. Enjoy it, you dirty Californians.