University of California, San Francisco researchers create "cyborg cells" our of brewer's yeast that can be switched on or off.
This Lego-themed sidewalk art may be the geekiest such thing ever.
British artist Luke Jerram has created a 3D-printed sculpture of the seismogram from the March 11 Japan earthquake.
This perfectly programmed music choreography turns a Halloween light show into a YouTube sensation.
Some fine folks over at XDA Forums and Android Central ported Ice Cream Sandwich to the Nexus S.
A new 3D body scanner takes precise measurements of your body which can be used to help you find the right size online and in stores.
From table tops to the tips of your shoes, Microsoft and Carnegie Mellon University want you to be able to touch them all.
DNA 11 makes art out of your DNA sequence, fingerprint, or kiss imprint, taking the idea of a personal portrait to a whole different level.
The Yelp Android app offers a clean interface with easy access to user reviews.
If you are looking for neighborhood-based, relevant business results in your quest to find a place to eat, shop, and more, look no further than Localicious.
Analysis: Reading and purchasing books on the go is easy with Nook for Android.
Seesmic allows users to manage their favorite social media accounts in one place; too bad it suffers from several issues and missing features.
A great app to record exercise activities, though it may have a few GPS issues.
Google Shopper is a clean, easy-to-use app that gives you all the product information you're likely to need for quick comparison shopping.
Articles by Sarah Mitroff