About two years ago, Seoul-based company Enomad made news when it put mobile phone charging stations along the manmade Cheonggyecheon River that runs through the Korean capital's downtown.
With the consumer HTC Vive set to ship in a few weeks, we're now getting a clearer picture of the marquee games that will be launching alongside the VR headset on SteamVR.
When Nest launched its first thermostat in 2011, its aim was for the device to learn the rhythm of a user's household so it could automate heating.
Drones are being utilized in everything from parcel delivery to search and rescue, but their limited flight times are restricting their ability to travel great distances or stay for extended periods of time in the field.
VR is getting social
An international team of scientists led by MIT has discovered that adding small amounts of carbon nanotubes to metals makes them much more resistant to radiation damage.
If you're the type of person who wears graphic pins, you probably want them to get noticed.
I suppose it was only a matter of time before this unholy union happened: Samsung has partnered with Six Flags to bring virtual reality rollercoasters to the American masses.
And finally adds support for Bluetooth speakers
The $3,000 headset will be sent to developers first, with AR apps in tow
Based on what we've seen so far, the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift are far and away the two best VR headsets (with all respect to PlayStation VR, which lacks the raw horsepower and quality motion controllers of those two).
Modern phones are digital repositories of daily life Intimate data is at heart of Apple-FBI privacy debate
One of the biggest questions about virtual reality is how users will interact with it
The latest tech trends are constantly being adapted for younger users - whether it's tablets, smart watches, or 3D printers.
As I sometimes do, I'm going to structure this piece just a wee bit in reverse of the obvious order so that I can get certain things above the fold. Namely, Neal Reynolds's thoughts on the matter of the FBI vs. Apple's iPhone encryption.
Even if the US government forces Apple to help break into the iPhone of San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook, the company reportedly has plans to design its new devices to prevent it from being technically capable of assisting the feds in future cases.
Connecting your smartphone to the web with just a lamp -- that is the promise of Li-Fi, featuring Internet access 100 times faster than Wi-Fi with revolutionary wireless technology.
Although the latest Ultra HD 4K TV screens can blow your mind with stunning picture quality, there's something magical when it comes to watching movies from a projector.
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On Monday morning, Google announced it had teamed up with a slew of telecom operators to back a new uniform messaging system for Android phones.
In the beginning there was the iPhone. Then came a bunch of phones that tried to be just like it. Then those phones tried to be different, but in variously off-putting ways.
The Bike Washing Machine encourages you to conserve energy and get fit while completing household tasks.
This year is already shaping up to be the year virtual reality (VR) goes mainstream. In January, Oculus Rift stole the spotlight at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas by (finally) announcing a $599 price and late Q1 ship date.
Tim Cook knows you won't buy insecure Apple products. This is a battle for the tech coming your way in 2026.
The Ultra-light All-In-One Sleep System offers the functions of a tent, sleeping bag and sleeping mat all in one.
Here's another use for the smartphone as it invades daily life: in place of your debit card at your bank cash machine.
Whether it's the curved edges of Samsung's Edge devices or Apple's 3D Touch, smartphone manufacturers are always looking for ways to provide users with novel experiences.
Take everything you know about data storage and set it aside, because a breakthrough from a research team at the University of Southampton's Optoelectronics Research Center (ORC) could change everything.
Harnessing abundant but inaccessible energy from unlikely sources may soon be as simple as taking a walk in the park. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed a new method of harvesting kinetic energy from human locomotion.