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Past articles by Greg:

Tovala Smart Oven review: Can a souped-up toaster replace your microwave and oven?

Scan your groceries, and leave the rest to the oven's array of cooking modes. It even adds steam for perfect toast. → Read More

Would you watch these cheesy holiday movies written by AI?

An experiment in AI movie generation gives a glimpse of the future for the big screen. → Read More

Lomi indoor composter review: Is this thing magic?

I tried an indoor composter for a month. Here's why it quickly became a regular -- and long-term -- part of my family's routine. → Read More

Eye-popping: Images project grim health future for delivery drivers

This is what happens when you ask AI to create a picture of delivery drivers 25 years from now. → Read More

Love birds? Help protect them with this free birding app

Here's how you can go from zero to birding hero. → Read More

Looking for a job in science? National labs are set for a hiring spree

A massive allocation will support new jobs in experimental computing tech, fusion energy, energy grid, and more. → Read More

The top 3 pickleball states

Everyone's doing it. Are your neighbors secretly Googling pickleball? → Read More

How to give carbon capture credits this holiday season

The technology is impressive. Give the gift of environmental impact this holiday season. → Read More

Starlink RV review: Changes the game for digital nomads

Is it perfect? Nope, but its no-fuss setup and respectable broadband speeds (at home and in the middle of nowhere) make it well worth the cost. → Read More

How to save money on clothes with this Chrome shopping extension

This plugin makes secondhand shopping effortless by intercepting digital commerce queries and redirecting to secondhand alternatives. → Read More

Watch a robot excavator controlled like a videogame

I could watch this robot excavator dig all day. Remote control could also make excavation safer and more economical. → Read More

GPS jammers are being used to hijack trucks and down drones: How to stop them

The problem of GPS jamming has spawned an array of anti-jamming solutions. → Read More

Robots have rushed in to fill jobs people don't want. What happens if recession hits?

Workers may be in for a hard reality as automation gains quickly. → Read More

Uber is eating up the market for autonomous delivery

A long-term deal puts Uber in the driver's seat for autonomous mobile delivery. → Read More

Ukrainian farmers are using satellites to optimize resources

Due to the war, Ukrainian farmers have experienced a shortage of fertilizers, seeds, and other necessary supplies. Here's how precision agriculture is helping. → Read More

Physical addresses are imprecise. Here's how three-word codes could fix that

This solution for first responders makes it way easier to find locations. Why not adopt it generally? → Read More

Drone company gets unlimited commercial approval from FAA

The FAA is rapidly evolving its stance to embrace commercial drone operations, and American Robotics is ready. → Read More

A pair of cute, trash-loving drones are cleaning up the Great Lakes

The BeBot and Pixie drones were funded by a $1 million donation Meijer made earlier this year. → Read More

This car insurance monitors your driving and sets your premium accordingly

Behavior-based insurance is likely here to stay. → Read More

Check out Lincoln's eye-popping take on the self-driving car

This new concept car has no steering wheel. → Read More