Witnesses suddenly heard "Pop-pop-pop-pop-pop!" Those gunshots were real. A flashing red "multiple shots" banner and an address appeared on a nearby laptop, and officers quickly located a 28-year-old man who had been shot b
The mosquito laser, built from parts bought on eBay. On the shelf were 5 Maglite flashlights, a zoom lens from a 35mm camera, and the laser itself -- a little black box with an assortment of small lenses and mirrors. A personal computer is the laser*
Inspired in part by the scallop, engineers are unveiling a new type of surveillance camera that combines images from 5 separate image sensors, each equivalent to the camera in a typical cell phone whose video feeds span a full 180 degrees,
The Pulse smartpen records and links audio to what you write, so you never miss a word.
In effect, he will become a "little brother," someone who's watching and recording every move of those in his field of vision.
The federal government has already deployed new detection machines that can scan citizens without their knowledge from as far as 50 feet away and "read" their personal documents such as passports or driver's licenses.
No spectrum analyzer is necessary to build this jammer and a single Wave Bubble can jam many different frequency bands - unlike any other design currently available! To reconfigure the RF bands, simply plug it into the USB port of your PC and type in
Next week, a game between the San Diego Chargers and the Oakland Raiders will be broadcast live in 3-D to theaters in Los Angeles, New York and Boston. It is a step to any regular 3-D broadcasts of football games.
Next time you're down at the diner you might try out the CupSpeakers from Dmitry Zagga. His minimalist speaker design consists four paper cups, a couple of toothpicks and an iPod.
Motorola, shaking up its wireless handset business, plans to ship its first phones based on Google’s Android software late next year.
Netflix will place its Watch Instantly streaming-movie service on TiVo’s HD-compatible set-top boxes, furthering the technology industry’s goal of sending television shows and movies over the Internet — instead of over traditional cable and satellite
The US Army hopes, within a few years, to deploy a plasma shield – a machine that generates a protective screen of dazzling mid-air explosions – to stun and disorient an enemy.
Acetone is used to peel the plastic off the card's millimeter-square chip. Once they isolated the chip, they embedded it in a block of plastic and sanded it down layer by layer to examine its construction. RFID chip reveals the algorithms that co
Less than a year after announcing Android, the open-source phone operating system intended to jump-start the mobile Internet, Google began sharing the project's underlying source code.
Researchers at GE have come up with a way to treat metals so that they repel water. The extreme water-repelling property, called superhydrophobicity, means that water forms drops on the surface instead of spreading and sticking to it.
Paul Moller's flying cars look like UFOs or vehicles out of the Jetsons. Moller explains how they work.
A startup is selling cylindrical solar cells that can generate more power than conventional panels.
GE Global Research is developing terabyte discs and players that will work with old storage media.
Gecko tape: Arrays of carbon nanotubes with a vertically aligned section (lower left) and a branched, tangled upper layer (lower right) mimic the structures of gecko feet but are 10 times more adhesive.
Free-piston engines could be used to generate electricity as efficiently as, and less expensively than, fuel cells.
Researchers have demonstrated a flexible television screen which could result in people folding up their computer and putting it in their pocket.
Digital projector fits into your pocket (what this means is that soon you will be able to buy a small cell phone with the option of projecting a 50 inch video and photos that you just took onto a wall)
The unveiling of the PocketCinema V10 from Aiptek: Smaller than an iPhone, first demo’d at Computex last week and sports 3M’s mini projection mastery that’s capable of spewing out a 50-inch image of undisclosed resolution and clarity
A Swiss man has become the first person to fly solo across the English Channel using a single jet-propelled wing.
The G1 is a great multi-tasker with music player, alerts, instant messaging, google maps with traffic/street view, no need to ever ask for directions again.
The first cell phone running Google Inc.'s mobile software looks something like Apple Inc.'s iPhone and has a large touch screen, but it also packs a trackball, a slide-out keyboard and easy access to Google's e-mail and mapping programs
The Swiss daredevil Yves Rossy will attempt to cross the Channel on Wednesday propelled by a jet-powered wing strapped to his back.
Android, the Google-backed operating system that will run on the device, is designed to bring the desktop computing experience to mobile devices, by allowing people to surf the internet and carry out everyday tasks on the go.
Imagine a cell-phone battery that recharges in a few seconds and that you would never have to replace.