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We cover quite a few multi-tools here at New Atlas and are continually impressed at how designers can build various implements into a singular package, but few match the size and grunt of the Doer from US startup Stellen. The portable toolbox carries
Amazon has launched a new Kindle for kids. Called Kindle Kids Edition, the new Kindle for kids is perfect for children who love to read. You'll pay a little extra than you would for a regular Kindle, but in return you'll receive some kid-friendly
The solution could provide up to 40 miles a day of range without having to plug in the car.
Following the reveal of the Tesla Semi way back in November 2017, Elon Musk, in typical Tesla fashion, pulled out a huge surprise: the all-new Roadster. Yes, the Tesla Roadster is coming back, and we should see it on the road sometime next year.
NASA has taken delivery of its first all-electric X-plane.
Ford has been pretty tight-lipped so far, but some information has snuck out.
Now you don't have to take out the trash! Self-driving robotic garbage bin is programmed to take itself to the curb side for pickup
An inexpensive thermoelectric device harnesses the cold of space without active heat input, generating electricity that powers an LED at night, researchers report September 12 in the journal Joule.
A team of innovators has come up with an ingenious new bioreactor that uses algae to capture and process carbon from the atmosphere.
Researchers have developed a unique new material out of wood and spider silk--and since it outperforms most of today's synthetic and natural materials by providing high strength, stiffness, and increased toughness, scientists say it could one day
Everyday Electronics...Swedish and Chinese scientists have developed a new kind of organic solar cell that has been optimized to convert ambient indoor light into electricity.
The company is also introducing its new, longer-lasting limes and asparagus, claiming to double or even triple shelf life.
Scientists have determined a new way to protect the hair follicle from chemotherapy in an effort to prevent hair loss as a result of cancer treatments.
Researchers have developed an inexpensive new device that can generate electricity and power LED lights simply by harnessing the cold nighttime air.
Researcher Nicholas Conn, one of the seat's inventors, explains why this unlikely form of health monitoring is so practical.