Google Glass driver fights ticket
A Google Glass driver says the device wasn''t even on when she was pulled over. Now the case is going to trial.
Tombs hidden in Valley of the Kings hold many more Egypt mummy mysteries
Multiple tombs lay hidden in Egypt''s Valley of the Kings, where royalty were buried more than 3,000 years ago, await discovery, say researchers working on the most extensive exploration of the area in nearly a century.
YotaPhone: The World''s First Dual-Display Smartphone
Yota Devices started selling the world''s first dual-sided smartphone.
Ultrathin ''diagnostic skin'' allows continuous patient monitoring
A multidisciplinary research team has developed an ultrathin membrane that can stick to skin and carry arrays of diagnostic sensors and stimulatory components. The "electronic skin" allows remote patient monitoring and may someday be used to deliver treatments.
New posts in the Notes from the Field blog - GPM''s Clean Room Mechanics
Arctic Shipping Soars, Led by Russia and Lured by Energy
A season of shipping milestones is ending in the Arctic. Climate change has ushered in a new era of far north transit, focused on extraction of energy stores.
Some grape-scented compounds repel mosquitoes
Molecules drive bugs away as well as DEET does
How Google predicts stock market crashes
New research takes an extra step and tests out how well stock-buying would go using Google search trends as guidance. The result: a pretty nice return.
IHS Launches IHS Goldfire Cloud & IHS Standards Expert with Goldfire
IHS, the leading global source of information and analytics, is pleased to offer two totally new cloud-based versions of its award-winning IHS Goldfire platform for accelerating decision making and powering innovation. One of the greatest challenges facing engineers and other technical professionals...
Slideshow: Slideshow: See our top space shots
Feast your eyes on a beautiful dying star, pictures from China''s latest space shot, and other cosmic highlights from June 2013.