If you’re gifted with independently manipulable eyebrows, now would be the time to raise a single brow.
Dean Lloyd started losing his sight in his mid-twenties, while he was studying medicine in the early 1960s.
For decades, the world’s intellectuals lamented the rise of the family television, deriding it as a mentally enfeebling “boob tube,” a will-sapping “idiot box,” the inevitable tool of a “Big Brother” surveillance state.
Recent revelations about how various organizations collect your digital information online has turned many from transparent, social media junkies into hyper-aware privacy junkies.
Bestowing terrifying new definitions on the phrases “backdoor vulnerability” and “security hole,” one of the world’s most luxurious toilets has been exploited by hackers.
The battle against truckers and motorists who jam GPS signals has moved up a gear.
Before last NFL season kicked off, PopMech reviewed some of the best apps for fantasy football freaks.
LG Electronics has just put on sale a rather unique “Curved OLED TV” which also just happens to be the first OLED HDTV to have Energy Star recognition for low energy consumption. It is a 55-inch model that prices for nearly $15,000.
Wearable computing is exploding. Google Glass has geeks atwitter, Oculus Rift is garnering great reviews from fanboys, and gadget blogs and Wall Street alike are waiting for another aluminum-clad icon to emerge from Apple HQ.
Space.com takes a look at Kerbal Space Program, available for PC, Mac, and Linux. This semi-realistic build it and fly it rocket simulator lets you piece together your own rocket and launch it into space while hopefully not exploding along the way.
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Summer is upon us, and so are the music festivals that go along with the rising temperatures.
Can an armband that controls gestures by measuring muscle activity make it as a mainstream gadget?
The Leap Motion controller is barely out of its packaging, even for the luckiest of its purchasers.
Google has announced a low-cost competitor to Apple TV - a "dongle" device called Chromecast.
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Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, Jimi Hendrix — if you've ever wanted to be mentioned in the same breath as some of the guitar gods, you'll need to know how to wield an ax (that's "play a guitar," for all you squares out there).
Despite the slew of new glasses-style computing devices, in recent months it has become pretty obvious that the short-term future of wearable tech will be dominated by wrist devices.
Researchers from the University of the West of England and the University of Bristol are seeking funding for their brainchild, a phone powered by urine.
Leap Motion’s low-cost gesture-control device is not as easy to use as you might think.
As Google Glass gains momentum, companies and researchers are trying to decide what will be the next big breakthrough in wearable technology
What exactly is 'nano'? It's become a buzzword, spawning many gimmicky products over the recent years, but what role will the real nano technology play in our lives? From smart metro tickets to futuristic flexible electronics, RT's Technology Update'
Quantum computers aren't for browsing the Internet, checking email, or running standard software.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has notched a mileage milestone, reaching 1 kilometer (0.6 miles) of total driving distance as it heads toward a huge and mysterious Red Planet mountain. - See more at: http://www.space.com/22006-mars-rover-curiosity-drivi
On this week’s episode, Jon rants about battery technology.
A beautifully practical solar sculpture
Scientists have developed an "intelligent knife" that can tell surgeons immediately whether the tissue they are cutting is cancerous or not.
Using carpets of aligned carbon nanotubes, researchers from Rice University and Sandia National Laboratories have created a solid-state electronic device that is hardwired to detect polarized light across a broad swath of the visible and infrared spe
Flexible batteries are sure to be a key part of the rumored iWatch, future smartwatch designs and other wearable tech that could include a jacket with a built-in battery capable of recharging your iPhone and iPad multiple times over.
The Polyplane and the Samara are disposable UAVs designed to help monitor forest fires