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A new type of 3-D printer created by Disney Research allows layers of soft fabric to be used instead of plastic or metal.
A Japanese bullet train reached a speed of 366 mph during a test run this week, breaking the previous record of 361 mph set in 2003.
These gadgets help keep your mobile devices running during this summer's music festivals. NBC's Mark Barger and NBC News' Julianne Pepitone report.
Verizon is giving its customers more control over the channels they pay for as the cacophony of cord cutting reshapes cable TV.
Spring is the time to get outside and get moving -- with high-tech fitness socks, smart treadmills and more.
Spring is the time to get outside and get moving - with high-tech fitness socks, smart treadmills and more.
WikiLeaks has made more than 30,000 documents from last year's Sony Pictures hack available to the public.
The Low-Cost UAV Swarming Technology program, or LOCUST, packs small, disposable drones into a rocket launcher-like mechanism.
Men feel most generous online when donating to attractive women — especially if other men have already given them money.
Russia's media, IT and telecommunications regulator launched an offensive against "defaming the honor, dignity and business reputation" of celebs.
The Los Angeles Unified School District wants a refund on millions of dollars spent on an iPad-curriculum project that has been plagued with problems.
Handwriting recognition on smartphones and tablets has never been the best, but a new app from Google does it better than any we've ever encountered.
Overall, about 6 percent of U.S. adults plan to buy Apple's smartwatch according to the Reuters/Ipsos poll.
Michael Markus, General Manager of the Orange County Water District, talks about the three-step water cleansing process at the water treatment facility in Fountain Valley, California.
AIAIAI's TMA-2 Modular lets you choose from dozens of parts and make the headphones exactly the way you want them.