Psychics should have predicted its arrival. None did. But that didn't stop the introduction of one the XWave mind-reading app, undoubtedly the most unique application ever to be released for the iPhone. The XWave permits the user to control ob
It's been the source of much clamor: the best smartphone on the States' best network. And today the clamor finally became official. Aside from an integrated tethering function, everything about the Verizon iPhone is the same as its AT&T brother.
Last week, the annual "festival of hype" kicked off. Also known as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES)
The CES is the biggest electronic show in the world... This year had the largest attendance in history. It was very packed. This show showcases all of the new technology that is coming out in the future.
I took a ride in the automated, wirelessly communicating EV-V in a Las Vegas parking lot
Read all the stories about the Consumers Electronic Show that took place this past weekend in Vegas.
There's a huge section at CES called iLounge, where a horde of accessory makers showcase laptop bags, protective phone cases, power chargers and more, all aimed at Apple users. A better name for this section would be Mini Shenzhen.
Every year at CES, there's a theme or expectation that quickly becomes codified the moment you step inside the cavernous and often soulless Las Vegas Convention Center. This year, it was clear that everyone and their grandmother was coming out with a
We knew there would be a slew of new smartphones appearing at CES 2011 — and we weren't disappointed.
And do it now, before the gov't decides to shut this down!!!!
Gyroscopes and infrared blasters ready radio-controlled helicopters for midair battle
A border collie named Chaser has learned the names of 1,022 individual items — more than any other animal, even the legendary Alex the parrot.
Watch how electricity is made from thin air out of parts purchased for two dollars, and how that simple device charges a cell phone.
3-D and augmented reality made it big in 2010—with a few pitfalls.
Ad says: "Perfect for Motorcycles or Armed Combat". Hey, isn't riding a motorcycle armed combat on 2 wheels?
By 2015, your mobile phone will project a 3-D image of anyone who calls and your laptop will be powered by kinetic energy. At least that’s what International Business Machines Corp. sees in its crystal ball.
Merry Christmas from the flying robots of Switzerland. Watch as a Swiss quadrocopter named “Echo” plays a little something for the holidays.
The machine can fit into existing assembly line positions and work all day and all night
The imagination soars with this amazing capability
Digital displays that recognize faces could help target in-store advertising.
A nanotrampoline built out of graphene can directly detect radio frequency signals, paving the way for a new generation of radios
The Japanese robot, named "Athlete," does not quite have the balance of a human yet
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The Navy just broke its own record for an awesomely powerful railgun, which can hurl a projectile hundreds of miles at superfast speeds without using explosives.
I’m reworking my book $30 Film School to a third edition, $30 Film School, HD Edition, which will be primarily about hi-def filmmaking.
An alternative to batteries gets an advance from tiny, crumpled sheets of graphene, whose electrodes can store more charge because they have larger surface areas.
The holidays may be driving console sales, but so is the military. The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has strung together 1,760 PlayStation 3 gaming systems calling itthe fastest interactive computer system in the entire DoD