It was only a few years ago that I was testing LED bulbs that cost $100 each. How fast things change.
We usually talk about seeing "5G," the next big jump in mobile data speeds, coming online around 2020 or later. But Verizon Wireless says it's ready to start testing its next generation network in 2016.
Apple is gearing up for one of the biggest events in its history -- which will see it attempt to keep up the momentum of the iPhone 6, launch its bid for people's living rooms and show off a huge new version of the iPad. And we'll be covering all of
The current fretting over who will win the battle between cable and over-the-top on the internet ("OTT") reminds me of the battle between Blu-ray and DVDs; it was a battle between dinosaurs just before extinction,
While 50-megapixel cameras offer more than enough resolution for most people, Canon thinks you might be hankering after a bit more, 200-megapixels more to be precise, as it's just revealed a 250-megapixel sensor.
Apple is poised to begin its big push into the living room with a new version of its internet television box designed to challenge Sony and Microsoft with advanced gaming features.
Another day at IFA 2015, and another 360-degree camera has been given a video resolution bump.
The speed and ease with which portable shelters can be erected are often two of their key attributes. One recently designed portable shelter promises to be not only quick to erect, but nigh on effortless.
Another day at IFA 2015, and another 360-degree camera has been given a video resolution bump. Yesterday the Ricoh Theta S made the move to Full HD video recording, today it's the turn of Kodak's spherical-shooting action camera, which has jumped to
It may not instantly whisk you to far-flung reaches of the universe like the gravitational wormholes of Stargate, Star Trek and Interstellar, but researchers at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) claim to have created the first experimental wor
New Polaroid Camera Will Prevent Society from Losing Cherished Memories in the Digital Ether
When Arx Pax unveiled its "hoverboard" last year, we had a hunch that this was but the first demonstration of the company's new magnetic field technology. Why was Arx Pax really messing around with magnets? For one, to build a tractor beam.
It's not just because Wi-Fi routers are unattractive (though most are). We hide them away because where there's a router there's also a nest of cords and aggressively blinking lights.
The mechanical button or switch is that most simple of user interfaces. So simple that just about every electrical device in the home, from lights to coffee machines, will have one.
The Pentagon is teaming up with Apple, Boeing, Harvard and others to develop high-tech sensory gear flexible enough to be worn by people or molded onto the outside of a jet.
IF FIELDWORK BE your folly, then specimens be your burden. Hiking, stooping, bottling, bagging, cataloging, and then lugging back to the laboratory is a time honored tradition dating back to the earliest days of microscope-endowed natural philosophy.
Mention Shenzhen to most people, and they'll probably think of the vast Foxconn manufacturing plant that churns out high-end phones, tablets, laptops, and gaming consoles for the likes of Apple, Microsoft, Dell, and Sony.
Ring's Video Doorbell allows users to see and speak with visitors to their home via a mobile device, no matter where they are ... and it's not just a pie-in-the-sky project.
The new glasses called "Privacy Visor," can trick facial recognition technology, and prevent cameras from tracing your identity.
Electronic displays for integration with clothing and textiles are a rapidly developing field in the realm of wearable electronics.
Researchers have created printable solid-state batteries that can be printed in any conceivable shape and can be seamlessly embedded into a variety of surfaces.
No doubt a number of people have been waiting for their turn to skate effortlessly over water and sidewalks since the release of Back To The Future, Part II… And now, such opportunity might soon be afforded.
We've seen some highly-portable electric vehicles before, including diminutive scooters and skateboards. Cocoa Motors' new WalkCar, however, makes those gizmos look huge. It's used more or less like a Segway, but it's not much bigger than a laptop.
NASA aims to get many more tiny cubesats to space in the coming years.
The latest Internet of Things (IoT) entry into the lawn and garden market offers an automated and app-controlled watering system to "deliver the perfect drink" to your plants.
A spectacular predawn dual flight of fighters from two epochs, the mid-20th century P-51 Mustang and the early 21st century F-22 has been captured on video, with awesome technology enabling the viewer to look 360 degrees in any direction.
The fingerprint scanner has raised questions since its first integration into the modern smartphone: is it secure, is it reliable, who will have access to my fingerprints?
Christopher Waid (Founder of ThinkPenguin.com) on privacy and freedom in the tech sphere (Ernie goes LINUX) - Angela Keaton (Antiwar.com) comes on the show to discuss how they are being censored by various fundraising outlets
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