Wouldn’t it be nice if you could catch the perfect TV viewing angle from anywhere in your living room? That idea may not be too far off, according to a newly published patent from Samsung. The filing describes a TV with a flexible display that viewers could bend by using a remote control, just like changing the channel.
Several competing products are being used and tested in U.S. rehab hospitals that hold promise not only for people such as Gore with spinal injuries, but also those recovering from strokes or afflicted with multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy.
First-person shooters often have marketing arrangements with manufacturers like Colt and Remington. And at least one game company has chosen to distance itself from the vendors -- although the guns themselves will stay.
A research team says they have found an area off the coast of Brazil that may have contained parts of the original continent Pangaea, which existed before the Americas, Africa and other land masses drifted apart.
Two NASA space telescopes have captured what appears to be the most powerful star explosion ever detected, a cosmic event so luminous that scientists dubbed it "eye-wateringly bright" despite being 3.6 billion light-years from Earth.
Coastal river systems in Alabama and the western Florida panhandle are home to the newest member of the black basses: the Choctaw bass, Micropterus haiaka. For decades, biologists and anglers alike confused this species with one of its relatives, the spotted bass. But at least national fishing organization told FoxNews.com that the Choctaw bass will now likely be a top target for catch-and-release fishermen in the southeastern United States.