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Honda invented a motorbike that never falls over

Honda unveiled a self-balancing motorbike which they say "greatly reduces the possibility of falling over." It's called the Honda Riding Assist and it can stay upright even at low speeds. The company hasn't said if or when it will go into production, but it was showcased at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. Produced by Leon Siciliano Join the conversation about this story »

This $130 ring is actually a panic button in disguise

Anyone whose been in an unsafe situation knows the feeling: the creeping sensation of dread and the worry that you won't be able to get help fast enough, should you need it. While smartphones make it easier than ever before to dial 911,...Show More Summary

9 of the strangest prototypes for everyday products

Comedian Louis C.K once said that "Everything is amazing, and nobody is happy." Maybe that's because people lack perspective when it comes to the products they use every day. Perhaps people would be happier with their electronics and...Show More Summary

Toyota exec: 'We are not even close' to fully self-driving cars — and that's OK

At the Consumer Electronics Show on Wednesday, Toyota unveiled a concept car that keeps the driver front-and-center. Called Concept-i, the compact car features an artificial intelligence system named Yui that is meant to make driving safer while still allowing the driver to maintain full control. Show More Summary

NASA is going to probe the metal core of a dead planet

Every few years, NASA picks a roughly $450 million mission to explore the solar system. On Wednesday, however, the space agency announced not one, but two new space probes from a batch of five finalists. One will fly out to Jupiter to...Show More Summary

Here's why you should never, ever visit the surface of Venus

If there's one patch of solid ground in the solar system you should never, ever visit, it's the surface of Venus. Not even hardened robotic probes are a match for conditions there. One of the last to make it to the planet's surface —...Show More Summary

What the science says about every popular diet — and whether they can work for you

There are so many diets out there, but figuring out which one will actually work for you can be tough. Luckily, scientists have found that most reasonable diets can help you lose weight, compared to not following a diet at all. Overall,...Show More Summary

This breathalyzer can detect 17 different diseases

In an ideal world, a medical mystery could be solved with a device that quickly and cheaply takes a noninvasive sample and reports back with whatever condition a patient is suffering from — a real life "Star Trek" medical tricorder of...Show More Summary

What to expect from Apple in 2017 (AAPL)

2016 was a bit of an off year for Apple. iPhone sales were down for the first time in the product's history. The iPhone 7 turned out to be a great phone, but Apple upset a lot of people by removing the headphone jack. The AirPods were delayed two months, meaning most people couldn't get them in time for the holidays. Show More Summary

How to fix the nasty prank going around that breaks the iPhone Messages app (AAPL)

If you own an iPhone, be very careful if you receive a text message with a contact card attached. There's a prank going around where a single text message or iMessage can freeze an unsuspecting user's iPhone messages app, rendering it unusable. Show More Summary

15 simple ways to relax, according to scientists

It's easy to get bogged down in the day-to-day grind and let the stress pile on. And getting rid of that stress often seems exponentially difficult. So if you're looking for a way to escape, here are some science-backed ways to decompress — even if you can't get away from the things that are stressing you out. Show More Summary

This breathalyzer can diagnose 17 different diseases

In an ideal world, a medical mystery could be solved with a device that quickly and cheaply takes a noninvasive sample and reports back with whatever condition a patient is suffering from — a real life "Star Trek" medical tricorder of...Show More Summary

Facebook ads are 'far less viewable' than some advertisers were expecting (FB)

Having suffered a number of embarrassing bugs that caused Facebook to both overstate and understate some of the measurement metrics that advertisers and publishers rely on, the company has recently made efforts to be more upfront about...Show More Summary

7 scenes from the new 'Star Wars' movie 'Rogue One' without visual effects

A behind-the-scenes look at "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" was released by Lucasfilm earlier this year at the annual "Star Wars Celebration" event. It showed new scenes and the camera work that went in to creating some of the most incredible...Show More Summary

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