From fuzzy robotic tails for humans to "literary" sex toys, here are some of the most obscure (and, arguably, the most fun) tech products from this year's consumer electronics show.
Technological breakthroughs and information about big ideas, innovations and the inventors that make progress possible.
You can now buy scarves featuring designs based on your unique DNA sequence, making these items among the most personalized gifts ever made.
Researchers have developed wearable keyboards made of electronics knitted together like fabric that could lead to a new kind of human-machine interface.
Diamonds may be forever, but what's more unique and rare than even the most precious stones on Earth? The code of life.
The 350-year-old mystery of why pendulum clocks hanging from the same wall synchronize over time may finally be solved, scientists say.
Today is the 86th anniversary of the invention of sliced bread and the 134th birthday of its inventor, Otto Rohwedder.
Where do inventions come from? There’s no magic formula, but there are ways to improve your creativity.
It's so thin it set records. A Chinese company has created the world's thinnest latex condom, snagging the Guinness World Record for the barely-there wrapper.
The New York Hall of Science is set to become a DIYer's paradise this weekend, as a two-day event dedicated to the celebration of science, technology and innovation kicks off in Queens, N.Y.
Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook team laid to rest the persistent ‘Facebook Phone’ rumors and unveiled its new app family for Android.