Just because you live in the city, it doesn't mean you can't eat local.
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.