Got a Benjamin to burn? Here are our 15 favorite gadgets under $100

A $100 bill can get you further than you might think, that is, so long as you know where to look. Check out our picks for the best tech under...

Strong and elastic spider silk can help retrain nerves to grow after damage

Spiders may have an invaluable role to play in repairing extensive nerve injuries, according to researchers in Austria, who are using spider silk to help train nerves to regrow after...

Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Portable grills, reusable color books, and more

Check out our roundup of the best new crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun...

Scientists just conducted first U.S.-based editing of human embryos

Sit down, friends. This is huge. This week, a team of researchers in Portland, Oregon, carried out the first known attempt at genetically modifying human embryos in the U.S. by...

Oclean One smart sonic toothbrush will tell you how to brush better

The Oclean One is a new sonic smart toothbrush that claims to allow the user to "fully customize his or her experience" by adjusting cleaning modes, intensities, and duration, all...

The FDA may be reversing its stance on e-cigarettes and vapes

The FDA noted a pretty significant change in its e-cigarette policy, which includes relaxing restrictions on these kinds of products (its previous policy might've rendered them nearly obsolete) The post The...

Rambo’s electric bikes are built for rugged backcountry adventures

Rambo Bikes builds top of the line ebikes for use in the backcountry, trail riding, or simply zipping along on the beach. The bikes feature excellent components and offer solid...

Harvard’s folding origami robot can move without requiring battery power

Harvard University researchers are using wireless magnetic fields and actuator “muscles” to make folding robots that can move without the bulky addition of batteries to power them. The post Harvard’s folding...