Because looking up before walking into traffic is too hard to do.
The newest fitness tracker isn't wearable.
It was inevitable, really
Get ready for the first coming
Timely detection of epileptic seizures is crucial in order to give the patient the care they need.
Tech community denounces it as a "ludicrous, dangerous, technically illiterate proposal"
The electric-car startup Faraday Future has made some incremental progress toward getting its operation running at full-speed since the company made its US debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The MULTI is a new wallet that aims to pack as many features as possible into a tiny package.
What's clear is that nobody is satisfied with today's TV--and no one can say for sure how it's going to change. One person who works on the digital side of a large television network told me that in the past year, she and he colleagues have no
Today's most popular low-end VR headset, Google Cardboard, uses your phone to transport you to alien worlds.
Plug and stream
Amazon will introduce a new "top of the line" Kindle next week, says company CEO Jeff Bezos.
The foldable smartphone that Samsung's been working on for the last few years could become a reality soon.
Now that the United States government has cracked open an iPhone that belonged to a gunman in the San Bernardino, Calif., mass shooting without Apple's help, the tech company is under pressure to find and fix the flaw.
Your smartphone likely has no difficulty keeping up with you during normal days in your home or at work, but how good does it do when you head off into the wilderness for some recreation or relaxation?
Its hard to imagine a phrase more loaded than "the Oculus Rift is here."
What if technology could connect us more deeply with our surroundings instead of distracting us from the real world?
Remember when The New York Times sent out free Google Cardboard VR headsets to all of its print subscribers, giving some legitimacy to the idea of virtual reality journalism?
Front suspension on a motorcycle has always been a matter of compromise. Telescopic forks have stuck around for nearly a hundred years because they're the least bad solution we've found so far - but an Australian team believes it's finally built the
Electricity causes Nanowires to compress the elastomer layers, distorting them in the process. As a result, the window goes from being completely clear to taking on a cloudy frosted-glass appearance.
Sure there are portable monitors you can take along with you to increase the screen real estate of your laptop.
The Oculus Rift is coming this month. It's bringing a heap of games with it.
Coming This Year
It's hard to tell if there's anything left to invent. While the world is full of infinite possibilities, sometimes it seems that every n+1 of those possibilities has already been addressed. Airbnb for dogs? That's real.
For a certain sort of smartphone user, closing apps becomes almost automatic. You double-tap the home button on your iPhone or hit the multitasking key on your Android, and you just start swiping.
It's estimated that some three million shipwrecks are scattered across the oceans, with a quarter possibly resting in the North Atlantic. Now satellites can be used to help locate these lost ships, according to new research.
Scientists have created the world's thinnest lens, which at just 6.3 nm (nanometers) thick is one two-thousandth the thickness of a human hair.
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.