'Sound wave tweezers' can move cells around for 3D bioprinting
They could lead to viable tissue implants.
Facebook is opening an Oculus research office in Pittsburgh
The city is becoming a tech hot spot thanks to Carnegie Mellon University.
Finally, a lithium battery that doesn't explode
No more Hoverboard fires.
Advanced sensors could use rubberized laser beams
When stretched, elastic LCDs can generate a highly-tunable laser.
Racial discrimination skews Airbnb rentals, study claims
Guests with African-American sounding names are 16-percent less likely to get a room
Study finds most drone incidents occur in prohibited airspace
Drone pilots aren't abiding by the FAA rules.
MIT created the smart home app of the future
What if you could connect and control any object with your phone?
BBC experiments with video personalized to every viewer
From the narrative to the color grading and score.
Doctors grow tumors that roll up like toilet paper
You'll never look at Fruit Roll-Ups the same way again.