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The Obama administration strikes back at the petition to build a Death Star with "This Isn't the Petition Response You're Looking For."
A new material created by researchers at MIT performs a pretty handy trick: it turns small amounts of water vapor into energy.
Valve’s Gabe Newell envisions a Steam-centered hardware platform that that commands all your home entertainment, on any screen across the whole house.
These subway signal lights are designed to tell you when to stroll and when to roll.
Vincent Chan's Citi.Transmitter concept takes a queue both from tiny smart cars and big trucks and allows it to act like a passenger van, a cargo vehicle and more.
Next time you and I have to worry about an asteroid hurtling through space toward our precious Earth, it may be NASA's fault. (Or China's.)
The GameStick, like the Ouya, is powered by Android and will bring hundreds of games made for mobile's smaller display to your TV's bigger one.
Amanda Ghassaei has created a 3D printed record that, according to her, plays on "regular turntables, with regular needles, at regular speeds, just like any vinyl record." It doesn't sound the best, but for what it is, it plays phenomenally.