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Are robot arms about to get less expensive?

Entrepreneur Easton LaChappelle is using 3D printing to change the prosthetics game.

Tech’s too addictive, says man who made tech more addictive

Bestselling author Nir Eyal gave businesses a step-by-step guide to getting their users hooked, but he seems to be rethinking things.

Einstein’s dream just turned into a Nobel Prize, and here’s how it happened

The winning scientists of 2017 tell us what it was like to be the first to detect and observe gravitational waves.

New wearable device gives 'sight' to the visually impaired

Tiny portable camera allows people to read newspapers, shop at stores and recognize loved ones.

This pen makes reading easier for people with dyslexia

Device scans text and breaks words down into syllables using a digital voice.

How Indian farmers are doubling their crops

Learning about new technology was a game changer for this farming couple.

Startup invents invisible headphones – and, yes, they actually work

Camera sensors find your head and send audio streams directly and solely into your ears, with nobody else able to hear it.

'Game-changing' new app allows the hearing-impaired to enjoy Broadway shows

GalaPro can also translate any performance to the language of your choosing, in real-time.

Why some people are more creative than others

A new study found that certain types of brain connections have something to do with creativity.

Why you'll never have to clean another toilet

Two entrepreneurs invented a robot that could mean freedom from dirty bathrooms forever.

New tech aims to solve an old and tragic problem: leaving infants in cars

Car sensor detects even the smallest movements, like a baby's heartbeat, and alerts the driver.

What do those food expiration dates really mean? Not much, CEO says

And he's got a new technique to help you figure out when your food will actually go bad.

This device can detect contaminated water without touching it

This handheld technology just won first place at the Consumer Electronics Show in Los Vegas.

Einstein exhibit to showcase Nobel medal and postcard to mom

Residents of Taipei welcomed the cache of archives with fanfare on the city's streets.

5 cool Israeli innovations to see at CES 2018

From autonomous vehicle technology to advancements in augmented reality, Israeli innovation is ready to make a big splash at CES.