Brian Fox drove from Boston to Santa Barbara, with two tapes stashed in his trunk.
A group of students at SRM University led by Sobin Santhosh, final year student in the Aerospace department have designed and implemented an autonomous copter equipped with an automatic face and person recognition system in a day.
Suppose you were a first responder, who got called out to investigate a suspicious substance found in a public place.
Multi-touch hardware and software company Ideum is exploring a potential future for the workplace in which traditional desks give way to projected capacitive touch (PCT) tables that you use with both hand gestures and tangible objects. The project is
Instead of a Glass-like "phone on your face," Leap Motion's AR prototype genuinely blends the virtual and the physical.
Someone has taken over the email account belonging to bitcoin's secretive creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, saying he will sell Nakamoto's secrets for money.
A German taxi organization won a fast-track ruling that may halt the use of Uber Technologies Inc.'s ride-hailing application in the country.
How are you feeling today? Now someone else wearing Google Glass can answer that question for you.
Could we soon send emails 'telepathically'? Scientist transmits message into the mind of a colleague 5,000 miles away using brain waves.
There's a crazy action sequence near the beginning of Iron Man 2 in which Tony Stark first meets Ivan Vanko, a rogue Russian scientist wearing a robotic suit and wielding electrified whips.
Today at 10am PST, Instagram is lifting the veil on Hyperlapse, one of the company's first apps outside of Instagram itself.
China is planning its own desktop and mobile software to oust imported rivals from Microsoft, Apple and Google.
If you live in a major metropolitan city (and even if you don't), you're likely familiar with Uber.
From full Windows machines to Chromeboxes, there's a fair bit of choice if you're looking for a small form factor desktop PC in 2014.
Think of it this way: You're at home, you want something, you print it.
Houston city council on Wednesday gave the green light to transportation services Uber and Lyft to operate in Houston.
3D printing may be one of the few technologies that actually holds a solid claim to the over-used adjectives "disruptive" and "world-changing," but its bulky hardware and complicated operation still largely limits its appeal to a market of enthusiast
If you've ever fancied scuba diving at the Great Barrier Reef but can't afford it, this idea from OVA Studio might provide a solution.
Sharon Standifird was tired of her kids ignoring her phone calls. So she did what any worried mother would do: She created an app.
If you're trying to find out what the common features of tabby cats are, a Google image search will likely yield more results than you'd ever have the time or inclination to look over.
Big app-makers are grabbing all the personal data they can these days.
It's a cyberwar robot that always hits back.
Google will soon have an unprecedented ability to spy on you from space. Theoretically, at least. How?
If you have a Gmail account or use any of Google's apps, there's a good chance Google has some of your location data stored in its systems.
When Apple announced the iPhone 4S on October 4, 2011, the headlines were not about its speedy A5 chip or improved camera.
These days, with most people toting camera-packing smartphones, friends and families act as a veritable film crew, ready to capture important moments from a multitude of angles.
Nicholas Rubin, a 16-year-old programmer from Seattle, created a browser add-on that makes it incredibly easy to see the influence of money in US politics. Rubin calls the add-on Greenhouse, and it does something so brilliantly simple
Outernet is a new project aims to deliver online content, but not the internet itself?only its information. The method? Large satellites and simple radio waves.
Your keys. Your privacy. Your sovereignty. Endorsed by Enric Duran. Product of Calafou / Kasa de la Muntanya. Support the project with Bitcoin
Google on Tuesday quietly introduced a feature on Google Maps that lets you visit Mars and the moon without ever needing to leave your desk chair.