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This handheld technology just won first place at the Consumer Electronics Show in Los Vegas.
A group of scientists tried to figure out why people cooperate with each other, and the results were pretty surprising.
Professor Avi Loeb thinks extraterrestrial life could teach us about ourselves and our world.
Bonobos do it, too.
It's still around, by the way.
See the strange animal that looks an awful lot like holiday decor.
An Israeli startup figured out how to make concrete structures that are good for the environment.
Move over, Apple. Soon, you won't have a monopoly on tech care centers.
Tony Giles journeyed from the U.S. to Zambia to Israel. Alone.
Their weird-looking device promised to turn dirty air into oxygen on your face. It was a groundbreaking invention. It just wasn't real.
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely explains the evolutionary reason that big lines attract people.
Clarinet virtuoso Anat Cohen is nominated for Best World Music Album and Best Latin Jazz Album.
Ancient toolmaking school has everyone thinking that our species has been talking, teaching and making tech for a really long time.
Trips end, but memories last a lifetime. And how you remember has a lot to do with this quirk in your brain.
A neuroscientists explains that making better daily decisions doesn't work so well. Here's what does.