The device costs just $28 and relies on some pretty simple logic.
In a recent study, only 20 percent of buyers said they would consider paying extra for a self-driving car.
Itamar Medical, Inc. of Franklin has developed a simple device that can warn a patient years ahead of time if they are a likely candidate for a heart attack.
The government is asking automakers to put stronger limits on drivers’ interaction with in-car touch screens.
More than a dozen people lost limbs in the Boston Marathon bombings, beginning a long road to recovery.
Finally, a 21st century car that really looks like it came from the 21st century.
GM and Ford are together producing a new generation of transmissions that will go into millions of future vehicles.
The vote was 7 to 1 by the Cambridge City Council to increase the permissible height of buildings in Kendall Square.
Audi has improved the common headlight. But they are not allowed in the U.S.
It’s now possible for anyone to dive into the secrets of their DNA with an affordable at-home test.