The opah fish is able to keep its body warmer than its surroundings, which grants it some special powers over its cold-blooded compadres.
A handheld near-infrared scanner can be used to locate veins in patients and blood donors by mapping them onto the skin.
Today's throwback features the fan-favorite, infamous pair of Kenley and Allie. (Original air date: 6/16/11)
A lake in central Turkey called Tuz Golu turns bright red during the hot summer season, and it's not because of some biblical plague.
Fujitsu has shown off PulseWallet at CES 2014, a payment system that identifies you by scanning the unique pattern of veins in your hand.
In its quest to deliver better audio quality in its home and automotive sound systems, Harman International trains its focus groups to listen for specific frequencies in music, using an app available to the public.
A team of researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital has grown a rat limb in a lab -- paving the way forward for bioengineered human transplants.
A New York customer says she was struggling with her mobile app. This seemed to lead to the Starbucks manager completely losing it. Of course it's now on YouTube.
Workouts are for people who don't own a Flex Design muscle suit. A physique like Thor's is just a skin-tight costume away.
Commentary: Manufacturers are finding ways to breathe life into their new products, proving that smartphones haven't run out of ideas.