Is your air conditioner losing the battle against the sweltering summer? The Great Gulf Active House has a whole bunch of tricks up its sleeve to control its internal climate, including windows and skylights that open and close automatically.
If you're going to shell out some big bucks, why not buy a presidential home ... besides the fact that they're mostly owned by the National Park Service. Here are the current market values of a few of the more famous examples.
If you've never been to Japan, you might not know the bathrooms are a bit different than they are in the U.S. For one thing, they are far more partitioned, which means you don't have to wait for someone to get out of the bath to use the toilet.
The Opal from FirstBuild is a nugget ice maker, which works by packing together small ice crystals to create nuggets of soft yet crunchy ice. At $500, it's the latest from a company that's turning the home appliance market on its ear.
Does whatever you like on Facebook contribute to your personal sense of style? According to Target, yes. They want to use college students' Facebook and Instagram profiles to determine dorm-room decor.
Do you trust expiration dates when it comes to milk, or do you use the sniff test? Soon, there might be a better way to tell if something's spoiled. UC Berkeley researchers have made a 3D-printed cap that detects when milk has gone bad.
How much water did you drink today? It's not always easy to keep track of the ounces on your Nalgene bottle, so Sen.se created an app that uses its Mother Motion Cookies to keep tabs on your hydration.