On command, Daddy's Girl Rose Etta II burns down--and burns through 800 gallons of propane.
And do other neat tricks. Smart lighting that's as easy as screwing in a bulb.
The project will be one of the largest radio-tagging experiments of its kind.
When a failure occurs along a line now, everything downstream from that point loses power. But there's a better way.
This month we're running the gamut from fun to functional: highlights include a foosball app, a sled for adults, easy-install tire chains, and the Cadillac of vacuum cleaners.
A simple surveillance rig that e-mails photos of visitors.
Could the secret to breakthrough science be as simple as having fun?
Cast your own bogus bullion.
Extreme storms such as Hurricane Sandy have pushed the U.S. electrical grid to its breaking point. The technology exists to keep the lights on—we just need to implement it.
Haulin’ freight on the moon.
Why the tiny zebrafish is becoming many researchers’ favorite animal
Humans regularly lose their lives rushing into disaster zones. Now engineers are racing to build
robots that can take their place.
Shuffle data at twice the speed for one tenth the cost.
Long-overdue rail upgrades could prevent the next big train catastrophe. So why are the railroads so reluctant to make them?
A motorized stroller that accelerates to 53 mph.