Born in a lab at Northwestern University, a robotic fish with a ribbon-like fin can swim in just about any direction. Just don’t serve it for dinner.
If you take your iPhone into an Apple Store for repair, they will replace standard screws with tiny five-pointed “pentalobes”, requiring expensive, non-standard screwdrivers to take apart your iPhone.
If Apple’s app-switching feature on your iPhone isn’t your style, check out multifl0w, a slick way of switching between apps on jailbroken iOS devices.
Between tweeting on our TVs and banking on our smartphones, the future is a very strange place. But does this future need wireless graphics cards?
Don’t wait for particle accelerators to provide you with a supply of antimatter; look no further than your ordinary thunderstorm.
We expected some fun hacks on Google’s CR-48, and, sure enough, some have gotten other OSes to run on the Chromebook.
Are you making plans to stay up for tonight’s lunar eclipse? Find out the best times to see our moon turn red tonight, as well as learn a bit about other geeky happenings in space this week.
The Android Market and thousands of apps finally come to the Nook Color, but beware: the process is a bit involved.
Rumor has it that Google is slated to announce its Chrome OS-running "Chromebook" on December 7. But don't go running out to your nearest Best Buy to get one just yet...
NASA’s astrobiologists have found terrestrial bacteria that thrive off of consuming arsenic, a chemical that’s usually hazardous to most living things. What does this mean for looking for extraterrestrial life?
NASA plans to announce on Thursday a big discovery "that will impact the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life." Will this announcement involve alien bacteria from an exoplanet ocean, or something bigger?
A tiny wheeled robot equipped with tilt sensors automatically gives you a massage by rolling around your back.