This battery stretches to more than 150 percent of its original size, while remaining capable of powering devices.
Prepared to be awed by a bionic ankle, a jet-powered bike, wind turbines without blades and a weird wearable that contains living organisms.
A new California law requires that warnings accompany new cell phone sales. But is it needed?
Last year, 41.8 million tons of so-called e-waste was dumped.
Apple's Spring Forward event in San Francisco today will likely launch the eagerly anticipated smartwatch.
Visa wants to make it possible for you to order food on a heads-up display while driving.
Alternative power, from sunlight to human muscle tops out this week's gallery.
Scientists used Kevlar to create a thin membrane with holes large enough to allow lithium ions pass through and create a charge.
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