The people who know the most about tearing electronics to shreds have an Earth Day tip about electronics recycling: it's bad for the planet, and you shouldn't do it.
Teeth-on: While not a complete replacement for old-fashioned string floss, Philips Sonicare AirFloss is a quick and easy substitute
The Electronic Freedom Foundation is fighting back against opportunistic patent trolls by challenging six pending patent applications that it says could threaten the field of 3D printing.
Watch out, Google Fiber. Sony's on your tail. A new service in Japan promises 2 Gbps down and 1 Gbps up, the fastest speeds available for home use.
After spending more than four years creating PowerWINDows, Professor Farzad Safaei is preparing to make it a reality.
Ahead of its April 17 opening, we scouted 10 amazing exhibits you must check out at your next visit to the Exploratorium.
By pacing your breath, HearthMath's Inner Balance aims to shift your heart rhythm to keep stress at bay.
If you're heading out on vacation, leave the Lytro camera at home. An awkward form factor, small screen and cumbersome controls make this an impractical everyday camera.
These days, you could get your genome sequenced for as little as a Benjamin. National Geographic has also gotten in the game, launching its own Genographic Project in 2005, which the company just improved with a more robust sequencing chip.
AeroGrow, which creates self-contained gardening units, provides a near autonomous planting system, distributing water and nutrients every few weeks while providing a constant light source 18 hours a day.