A new "smart highway" being developed in the Netherlands has lane lines made by lights that can be altered and even lights up a warning when it gets icy.
Scientists are coaxing the bacteria in soil to start producing a type of fuel that can go right into our cars with no modification.
The iShack attempts to increase the living conditions in the world’s slums by incorporating solar panels, lights, a cell phone charger and--on the more deluxe models--a DVD player and fridge.
It’s not a ferry for electric cars, it’s a car ferry that runs on electricity--and it’s the first one in the world.
The GRACE Robot--an autonomous fish-shaped bot--is designed to constantly test the quality of the water in which it swims.
Some basic facts about the human psyche that credit card companies manipulate mean that you carry over a balance every month. But there are easy ways to get your debt down to nothing.
New Media Ventures is sinking money into organizations that are disrupting the world of politics and citizen engagement, in the hopes of supporting companies that are linking technology and change.
A new photo essay looks into the pot-growing communities of northern California and finds they’re not much different from any other agricultural community.