An MIT student built an electric go-kart, and posted step-by-step instructions for all the world to see.
A group of 'Thriller'-dancing robots slows down then recovers when one of their number falls down.
Feeling lazy? A Japanese dentist designs a cooking pot which stirs itself.
Here comes the robot apocalypse: Harvard researchers build inch-long flying robots using techniques from microchip manufacturing, origami, and pop-up books.
Ford announces that 2013 Focus ST will have "overclocked," overboosted engine for better performance at high engine speed.
One man drove into the desert in his car, and rode out on a motorcycle built from its broken body.
Researchers use laser-controlled bubbles as microscopic robots to assemble structures out of yeast cells
Check out this gorgeous time-lapse video of last weekend's annular eclipse.
The new Microsoft Kinect SDK adds improved facial recognition technology which allows the device to track its user's facial expression.
Unlike previous Portal turret builds, this one doesn't just play sounds and look cool, it actually shoots back.
One Kickstarter project aims to significantly reduce the cost of table computers with an open-source, open-hardware design.
The free 123D Catch app lets you assemble 3D models from snapshots using only your iPad.
An electric motorcycle went from zero to 200 MPH in 7 seconds in drag test. Who says electric vehicles are underpowered?
It's tiny, it can do 20 MPH, and it'll make you look and feel like Bowser in Mario Kart--it's MIT student Charles Guan's Chibikart!
Buy a mug and coaster modeled after the pipes from the Super Mario Bros. video game. Piranha Plant seeds not included.
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