If knowledge is money in this progressive society of ours, then Google is seriously spreading the wealth. On Thursday, the Silicon Valley giant announced the launch of a "new deep learning course developed in collaboration with Udacity."
NASA is flexing its crowdsourcing muscle again, this time using its Tournament Lab and an ongoing partnership with Freelancer.com to encourage people to design a robotic arm for one of its International Space Station projects.
GoFundMe, the world's largest personal fundraising site, plan to donate $10,000 to the campaign which raises the most money to help the Flint, Michigan water crisis. GoFundMe campaigns have already raised more than $180,000 in donations.
The Femometer is all about empowering women. Whether you're trying to get pregnant, trying not to get pregnant, or just want to have a better understanding of how your body works, the Femometer can give you that control.
Using two hydrophobic (literally, water fearing) paddles, Scott Kelly bounced a "ball" of water back and forth to celebrate his 300th day in space, proving that you really can entertain yourself with just about anything.
Amazon has started to offer refunds for hoverboards bought on the shopping site, as more and more reports of explosions start to hit the Web. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission revealed the refunds program.
Your house doesn't have to look empty just because it is. ComfyLight has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its smart LED light bulbs, which mimic your patterns to make it appear that you're home when you're not.
Everyone has differently-sized ears, so it can be hard to find a pair of decently-sized earbuds that fit -- that is, unless you 3D scan your ear. United Science's eFit 3D scanning tech can do that, and may soon come to a retailer near you.