Chinese chemists invent inexpensive inkless printer that uses water and and re-usable paper.
Korean scientists have developed a new kind of electric commuter car that actually folds up into a tiny shell when not in use.
If a senior citizen can pedal this odd little pod across the U.S., it's probably up to whatever your daily routine can throw at it.
This summer, us Americans will finally have a high-speed rail spike to hang our hats on.
What seems like such a simple innovation could save billions of dollars.
The Netherlands just became the default capital of electric vehicles with the announcement of the largest fast-charging network on the planet.
Tin-coated wood fibers could make a great long-lasting battery.
In the first demonstration if their battery swap tech, Tesla Motors just kicked gas stations to the curb.
A group led by AT&T has just taken the wraps off a new program that will bring a green energy solution to millions of residents in New York City looking to power up their smartphones on the go.
Wirelessly charging your smartphone is awesome enough, but now Bosch is offering the same convenience for Chevy Volt and Nissan LEAF owners.