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Pertinent question about the Mr. Peabody and Sherman cartoon: Why? It's a half-century-old cartoon with no brand recognition.
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Following the success of the Cronut, Dominique Ansel is debuting the next big thing.
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It's rare that one can improve upon perfection, but two inventors are hoping to update a classic snack time ritual by bringing it the same benefits as the Bluetooth.
Created by Flickr inventor, Caterina Fake, Findery is a website and iOS app that's a little like Instagram for places - snap a photo of something, tag the location and then leave a tip about why it's unusual/awesome/tasty.
Some budding Green Country inventors got a chance to put their ideas to the test at the Tulsa STEM expo.
Revolights Chief Executive Officer and co-founder Kent Frankovich demonstrates their product in Emeryville, Calif., on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
It's been called the poor man's teleporter, based on the fictional Star Trek invention that beamed humans on to hostile planets and reassembled them, molecule by molecule.
Eventually they created a barnstorming circuit featuring such teams as the New York Renaissance and the Harlem Globetrotters.
AudioCasea will deliver dynamic, high-quality, high volume audio without the use of external speakers.
An online report published Thursday by Newsweek magazine says the quiet 64-year-old Temple City resident and Cal Poly Pomona graduate is, in fact, the architect of Bitcoin, an innovative virtual currency.
Dominique Ansel, the mad genius creator of the croissand/donut hybrid Cronut , is back with yet another culinary masterpiece.
If caffeine is keeping you up at night, this app can help. UP Coffee from Jawbone is an iOS-only app that tracks how much caffeine you're drinking and how it affects you.
I had the amazing opportunity Wednesday to meet Martin Cooper, widely known as the "father of the cellphone."
It's only the size of a dishwasher and weighs as much as giant panda, but its inventors are hoping this spacecraft will go where no other Israeli vessel has gone before - to the moon.
A search for a photo of a miniature submarine took me to a government website, and as I browsed the tiny thumbnails, I saw something better than a tiny sub in the water.
Dr. Frances Arnold is being inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame for her pioneering work in bioengineering and directed evolution.