24/7 trackers give researchers insight into how mice mate, form social hierarchies, and more. Behold the rodent equivalent of 'Big Brother.'
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MIT builds a virtual person to help people practice talking to other people, which already sounds like an awkward situation.
New research suggests that ordinary shoes work just fine for runners with under- and over-pronating feet.
Plus a theater for pirated movies, a teardown of Google Glass, and more
Slow down a supercell, add some angelic music, and it almost looks welcoming.
Welcome to market-based compensation.
For if you're just really into expressing yourself through clothing.
Surface-bound Citibikes are so last week.
The greatest games and gear from Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo, plus awesome hardware and indie fare.
What we saw from Nintendo's E3 announcements: updated versions and sequels to classic franchises.
Sony made plenty of announcements at its E3 press conference in Los Angeles, but the big news: the PlayStation 4 is a real thing that actually exists! We saw it. Someone even held it. Let's examine.
Some new games, old faces, and unexpected announcements from Microsoft's E3 press conference.
Plus a lopsided hotel, art made out of email spam, and more
An ambitious experiment is underway to harness the heat of a volcano in central Oregon. The process is green, efficient... and causes earthquakes.