Nanoparticle-based windows could switch colors on demand
The same materials inside stained glass windows could lead to color-changing windows.
The AfterMath: A week of excesses
This week features gold that's almost as light as air, Thanksgiving excess and PlayStation success.
Scientists create gold nuggets that are 98 percent air
"Gold aerogel" is 1000 times lighter than natural gold but indistinguishable to the naked eye.
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The only way to win a gold PS4 bundle is to eat a lot of Taco Bell
Eat Quesaritos, win gold PS4.
Army scientists build smaller, tougher, cheaper solar cells
Army researchers at the Redstone Arsenal have announced a significant breakthrough in solar energy...
Silver Mario Amiibo will drive collectors insane this month
Nintendo has already released a gold version of its Mario Amiibo, so guess what's coming next? A s...
Someone's built a bitcoin-like system for real gold
There's no short, elegant way to describe bitcoin, but if you put a gun to our heads, we'd say tha...
Apple Watch Edition buyers will get the red carpet treatment
When you're buying a $10,000 watch, you expect first-class service -- and Apple is apparently read...