Google’s browser-based operating system is still shaky when offline, but Samsung’s Chromebook, priced at just $249, is a decent cheap laptop.
The needle drops and a series of high, repetitive whines come from the album.
Devices from two startups could be used to treat people with anxiety disorders—and one of the devices may eventually diagnose pain.
Gun parts made by futuristic 3D printers have come under fire after the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Need just a little more length on your charging cable to reach the outlet? No problem: new wires filled with liquid metal could stretch up to eight times their original length.
For really big print jobs, you need a really big 3-D printer.
Sprint's recent acquisition of wireless broadband service Clearwire marks a new frontier for wireless connectivity, according to Quartz's Christopher Mims.
Apple is working on an update for iPhones and iPads that bring several new features to its latest mobile operating system, iOS 6.
Google launched a new app for iPhone today called Capture that lets you quickly upload videos to YouTube.
When you turn around to look behind your car as you’re reversing, what do you see?
Ever wanted a life-like miniature of yourself or loved ones?
What we call the Internet Reformation can be seen clearly in reports like this. A young man uses 'Net technology to track every drone strike and makes a horrible discovery.
Apple is testing multiple high resolution, big-screen TV-set designs, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Derek Williams's interview on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock radio show 12-14-2012. Williams is Co-Founder of Amendment II American Armor, creator and maker of RynoHide Nanotube Bullet Proof Vests. [MP3 & VIDEO LOADED]
Security firm exposes dangers of so-called “smart” products
Tapping the overhead shooting ability of an unmanned aerial system, filmmakers generate an eerie Tron-like motif as only overhead photography can.
Caltech scientists build the world's first integrated terahertz scanners, the size of a fingertip.
An Arizona-based company recently filed a patent for high-tech futuristic handcuffs that are, in a word, terrifying.
The foam can reduce blood loss six-fold and boost the rate of survival at 3 hours post-injury to 72%.
Part painting, part sculpture, Quakescape taps realtime seismological data to create a color-coded visualization of the earth's movements beneath Christchurch, New Zealand.
Introducing Mujjo's Leather Touchscreen Gloves.
2012 was a great year for gadgets.
The latest mind-reading headband might be the best-looking yet. For now, however, there aren't many applications to go with it. Interested customers can order a headband, but it won't be ready for shipping for another six months.
Indiana Jones practiced archaeology with a bull whip and fedora. Joseph Greene and Adam Aja are using another unlikely tool — a 3-D printer.
You know, in case you're trying to conceal your location (or a murder suspect's).
Syria’s rebels may have taken the concept of a videogame a tad too far. A homemade rebel tank has recently been seen rolling down the road like a post-apocalyptic battle wagon — and armed with a machine gun controlled like it’s a PlayStation.
Imagine texting while driving, or placing a call while showering, without holding your phone in your hands.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued a preliminary ruling invalidating “the Steve Jobs patent,” which covers several key multitouch features — including scrolling — at the heart of iOS.
A custom version of Android exerts total control over what you can do, depending on where you are and what apps or networks you are using.
In an experimental trial, surgeons have implanted deep-brain stimulators into U.S. and Canadian Alzheimer’s patients.