Intel gives its thumbs up on immersion oil cooling after a year-long trial with its servers.
The FBI adds face matching tech to its next nationwide surveillance initiative.
A Boston inventor creates a new type of throwable camera that captures fly-by panoramas, spherical panoramic images, and more.
Modder Andy Rawson built a DIY thermal imaging sensor for his iPhone, and he plans to sell them for $150.
One woman developed an underwater wheelchair that lets her glide through the sea.
Atari remakes its classic tittles in HTML5, so you can play Pong in any modern Web browser.
Harvard University researchers develop the first cyborg tissue combining living cells with nanowires.
Spherical glass solar energy generators might be 35-percent more efficient than the everyday solar panel.
Johns Hopkins researchers develop a new way to create stem cells from adult blood cells that could one day lead to all sorts of new treatments.
This Sega Genesis made portable is awesome and you could own it today.
The Glove Tricorder works like the Star Trek contraption, and could help doctors diagnose cancer.
iRobot introduces a new type of inflatable robotic arm for bomb-disposal robots.
Pianocade crosses the geeky music with gaming into one awesome arcade stick MIDI synthesizer.
Researchers at MIT develop miniature ion thrusters that could power an army of tiny satellites to explore and clean all our space junk.
Curiosity fires its million-watt space laser for the first time to investigate a Martian rock.