If you need a bone, 3D-printed scaffold replacements may be around in the next 1-2 decades.
UPDATED x2: Millions of phones may be at risk from a secret data logging software that's on nearly every Android, Blackberry, and Nokia phone out there, according to a researcher. References to it also reportedly found in iOS.
A new device allows you to jump from one world to another through a portal and interact with others on the other side of the planet.
Customers aren't so lucky: A California supermarket chain found compromised card readers in twenty of their stores.
They're not quite robot overlords, but new robot prison guards will soon help human guards monitor inmates in South Korea.
Curiosity, NASA's most sophisticated Mars rover yet, is set to lift off this week. Here's how you can stay tuned and watch.
Who says that learning and playing can't be the same thing? Biochemies DNA plush dolls encourage the pursuit of science while your kid thinks they're just playing with dolls.
A new iOS app tries to monitor your heart rate and breathing rate using nothing but the iPad 2's camera.
A new giant "spider" can crawl and even jump its way into dangerous places to locate hazards. Also: It's super creepy.
A new nanomaterial improves the absorption rate of solar cells across the entire visible spectrum.
Malicious hackers in Brazil have for the first time created malware that uses encrypted blocks of code to sneak around antivirus programs.
A discovery in the self-orienting properties of a titanium oxide nanostructure may allow for drastically faster charging electronic devices.