Weird science! Some California makers wanted to know if the sparks from a Tesla coil could roast marshmallows, so they built one to find out.
The Yellow Jacket stun-gun case shows up in a new, improved version for CES. It's got a better design and more oomph for taking out an attacker.
Underwear performance underwhelming, says suit targeting Maidenform's caffeine microcapsule undies that promise to burn cellulite.
A slew of controversial, DIY methods of brain stimulation have culminated in the Focus headset. But take note: It's not yet known whether augmenting the mind is truly safe.
Your household outlets refuse to evolve. Here's one Kickstarter idea that could make them safer and easier on the eyes.
Petcube is a smartphone-controlled Webcam that shines a laser spot around when you're out. It might make you feel less guilty about leaving little Rover home alone.
Researchers say a new device called a soft X-ray electrostatic precipitator protected mice from airborne bacteria, viruses, and allergens, and could some day be incorporated into HVAC systems.
Just point and shoot: Patrick Priebe's exoskeleton glove fires laser beams with surprising force. What would Tony Stark say?
The small update fixes communications problems with some Thunderbolt devices.
The ChemCam instrument will be firing a series of powerful, but invisible, laser pulses at target rocks and soil for at least the next two years, according to the NASA schedule. It is located on the rover's mast, near the Navigation camera that took this image. A telescopic camera known as the remote micro-imager will show the atomic context of the spots hit with the laser.