Reaching into your pocket to answer the phone just isn't an option when you're charging down a snow-covered mountain or white-knuckling a set of mountain bike grips.
Lost luggage is down by 65% thanks to some new tech. Follow the roller coaster ride that your bags make into the bowels of the airport.
There's no better way to start a job interview than with a firm handshake. It's a clear sign that you're confident, capable, and ready to work like John Henry on PCP.
For a while there, these amazing PC-based VR headsets that you kept reading about were just about impossible to get in your hands (erm, on your head).
According to analytics company IHS, most televisions in the world over 50 inches will be Ultra High Definition by the end of next year.
TN Note: Here comes the freight train of IoT barreling down the track. The IoT will connect virtually everything, everywhere into an interwoven web of command and control. This is an essential marker to the progress of Technocracy!
Turbine engines are ideal technology for jets. They cram piles of power into a small, lightweight package, and have revolutionized air travel since their invention in the 1930s. Ian Wright sees them revolutionizing something else: garbage trucks.
Tampa Bay Area Departments are setting up audio sensors and enacting a "Zero Tolerance" policy towards celebratory gunfire this July Fourth weekend.
Instant film, as inventive as it is, has largely been replaced by the digital display. And while you can take dozens of photos in minutes with your phone camera, pick the best one, and instantly share it with your pals online, there's probably stil
This is the first time so many "smart" abilities have combined into one material
Bang & Olufsen makes very good speakers, very expensive speakers, and very good, very expensive headphones. Now it makes very expensive wireless earbuds that … may be very good.
Wang Jun spent 16 years expanding the world's understanding of what living things are made of -- sequencing genomes including those of the giant panda and potatoes. Now he's attempting to build on that: using DNA as one component to create on
In the final part of our five-part interview with serial inventor and flying car advocate Dezso Molnar, he introduces his newest venture: a race series. With more than 100 flying cars on the road and in the air worldwide, Molnar believes the fastest
The Hasselblad X1D isn't exactly a small camera. At 1.6 pounds without the lens attached, it's not the kind of mirrorless shooter that'll slip inside your pocket or purse--not without a shoehorn, at least.
Today Defense Distributed announces the official launch of the second generation of its Ghost Gunner CNC mill, the GG2. Over the last two years, and with volumes of input from our customers, we've slowly revised and revised our specifications, electr
A team of engineers at the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology in South Korea have reportedly developed a new kind of ultra-thin, bendable solar cell capable that could be used to power fitness trackers, smart glasses and other kinds of weara
Lenovo Shows Off Bendable Phones and Tablets
Just one quantum computer running artificial intelligence algorithms would be capable of connecting pretty much all the devices on the planet, Android creator Andy Rubin told an audience at the Bloomberg Technology Conference on Tuesday.
I was shaking as I shouldered the rifle and peered through the scope at the small steel target 100 yards downrange. It was officially the coldest day in Las Vegas history, and I was in the middle of the desert, buffeted by wind and surrounded by the
Say hello to the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro
Introducing a new Tesla Model S with a 60 kilowatt-hour battery, a 200-mile range, and a lower price didn't require redeveloping the pack, revamping the assembly line, or reconfiguring the supply chain. All it took was a few lines of code.
Billionaire CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, Elon Musk, met with Secretary of Defense Ash Carter Wednesday as the Pentagon looks to raise its technology game
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People are spending less time on social media apps, in some cases substantially less, a new study from marketing intelligence firm SimilarWeb found.
George Hotz, the programmer famous for cracking the iPhone and PlayStation 3, has turned his attention to building self-driving cars -- and we got a ride.
Many of us will be firing up our grills this weekend for some well-deserved barbecue time. After all, barbecuing is one of America's favorite pastimes however it certainly isn't one of our most environmentally friendly.
If you're connected to a wireless network, odds are high that little bits of data are trickling out of your device like water from a leaky faucet.
For an arena that will soon play host to more than 17,500 fans nightly, the new Golden 1 Center doesn't make a huge first impression. Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive may have likened his team's new arena to the Roman Colosseum, and it may b
Crispr allows scientists to control the blueprints of life, for better or worse.
A mind-reaching machine that can translate thoughts into speech is coming closer to reality.