Google appears to have been blindsided by the fact that Apple won its lawsuit against Samsung.
The Raspberry Pi is a fully-functional computer that only costs $35.
A video game-inspired electromagnetic weapon, called the Gauss Rifle.
The ban on electronic devices rests on anecdotes, not on hard evidence—because there isn't any
Previously we’ve seen AlphaDog, Darpa’s four-legged, autonomous robot wander the woods and play fetch. Now the Pentagon’s robo-beast, designed to haul supplies in rough terrain, has become smart enough to follow troops around like a loyal pet.
Photos of the mystery computing device appeared on the web in late February. Taken with a smartphone, they were a bit washed out and a little blurry in places, but you could easily read the name printed on the long, thin piece of hardware. “Pluto Swi
Why are all these world records for quantum teleportation so important?
Well, Patrick Priebe might have outdone himself with this one. In the past, the German cyberpunk weapons-maker has brought us such creations as a wrist-mounted mini-crossbow, a laser-sighted rotary-saw-blade-shooting crossbow, and a flame-throwing gl
Many see small quadrocopters as the future of surveillance, aerial photography, warfare and even construction, but a new demonstration involving a world record-setting swarm of 50 quadrocopters has shown the aircraft can also pull off some pretty imp
Games that are played by using your hands are so last year – why not do something a little more fun? For instance, why not explode watermelons ... with your mind? One hackerspace took that idea and ran with it, turning a mind-reading toy into a melon
Tiny advances are loudly proclaimed as the industry battles over fractions of an ever-vaster global mobile market.
On stage yesterday Jeff Bezos delivered a terrific one-line explanation for why Amazon charges so relatively little for its tablets: "We want to make money when people use our devices, not when they buy our devices."
A collaborative project to create freely available plans for 3D printable guns
The following provides an overview of 3D printing technologies and their present and likely future application.
Banners are nice for spreading the message. We made 350 Ron Paul banners for the primary in New Hampshire. But what do you do when there is nowhere you can place a banner? When you need to reach out and touch someone. Why not try a laser graphics pro
When the late Neil Armstrong and the crew of Apollo 11 went to the Moon, they did so sitting atop a rocket the size of a skyscraper that blasted out jets of smoke and flame as it hurtled skyward.
When we first took a look at the Gnarboards Trail Rider electric skateboard a couple of months ago, we likened it to a “Ferrari for your feet” due to it boasting a power-to-weight ratio that would put many cars to shame.
On mobile devices alone, you have close to hundreds of thousands of apps to choose from.
It was a mere ten years ago that Steven Spielberg’s action film Minority Report, based on a short story by Philip K. Dick, offered movie audiences a special effect-laden techno-vision of a futuristic world in which the government is all-seeing, all-k
Almost three quarters of disposed electrical household appliances in Spain are processed out of the Integrated Waste Management System (SIG).
A team of Swedish researchers is asking Kinect users to use their Kinects as a 3-D scanner to take pictures of various objects for a project known as Kinect@Home.
Apple Inc., accusing Samsung Electronics Co. (005930) of flooding the market with “copycat products,” added the Galaxy S III smartphone to a list of products that it says infringe Apple patents.
South African and South Korean researchers are working on making a smartphone capable of doing AIDS tests in rural parts of Africa that are the worst hit by the disease, a researcher said Friday.
The eight Samsung smartphones Apple wants a U.S. judge to ban after winning its patent case might symbolize all that Steve Jobs hated about the Android competition.
The new device could transmit a user-specific ID through the skin.
Robo-Grading Programs Judge Student Essays Better Than Humans Do
Siri is helpful when you want to schedule a reminder or look at the forecast, but wouldn’t it be better to have a bona fide Jeopardy! champ in your pocket?
You're going a smooth 55 miles per hour across the George Washington Bridge when you realize you're gaining on the car in front of you.
Facit Homes claims to be the first company in the world to digitally fabricate a bespoke home on-site.