There is an electrical device that mimics and amplifies the immune system. It is capable of killing off all pathogenic bacteria, viruses, and parasites.
Electricity is life. Electricity is happiness. And batteries are the physical embodiment of both of these things.
So, let's say you and your pals are hanging around Germany sometime soon.
In early May, news reports gushed that a quantum computation device had for the first time outperformed classical computers, solving certain problems thousands of times faster. The media coverage sent ripples of excitement through the technology comm
Imagine these formerly dumb systems gone smart: a roof that announces when it’s about to spring a leak; a garden that monitors moisture on its own and applies just the right amount of water when it’s needed;
THINK you've got game? Try this on for size: a sensor-laden sleeve promises to improve basketball players' shooting skills by tracking their arm movements and calculating the arc of their shots.
A new small unmanned aircraft system (UAS) boasts something no other has been able to do thus far: continuous flight for 9 hours and all on the clean energy of solar power.
Could we soon be reading people's MINDS? Software uses brain scans to identify exactly what people are looking at
The largest teachers union in Canada, the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario (ETFO), has passed a resolution requiring that cellphones in classrooms be turned off.
Researchers demonstrate flexible graphene circuits speedy enough for cell-phone communication.
Police forces around the world have had the problem that when their officers get a bit carried away and start pepper spraying tied captives there is someone on hand filming the event on their mobile phones.
A while back we told you about the amazing promise of a pair of augmented reality glasses from a company called Meta. At the time the device was primarily shown off via a concept video that offered a good deal of excitement to those looking to wearab
Samsung has released software that could help a brand new class of storage devices work with Linux-based smartphones and computers.
Using a malware script, a security expert finds that wirelessly controlled — and supposedly safe — Philips Hue LED bulbs can be maliciously hacked and turned off for sustained periods.
Google Glass has lots of potential applications beyond just making it easier for people to check out their Twitter feed without taking their phones out of their pockets.
Latest rumours suggest Apple plans to offer the 5S handset in gold or 'champagne'
A device that measures electrical properties of red blood cells is able to detect if they are infected with malaria in the early stages.
During the Cold War, the most dangerous piece of luggage in the world was the nuclear football, an aluminum Zero Halliburton briefcase that never strayed too far from the President’s side.
Devices that can make wireless connections even without an onboard battery could spread computing power into everything you own.
I put the car in park, unplug the phone, and put Google Glass on my face. Within seconds, I’ve got step-by-step directions to a coffee shop down the street beamed directly to my eyeballs.
With the semiconductor industry still on the path of Moore's law, researchers have already been toying with single-molecule electronics ......
It's an electric gun, boogie woogie woogie.
Many people have a voyeuristic streak, but going out and staring into your neighbor's window could land you in the slammer for being a pervy creep.
That’s all it took for Brendan O’Connor to create a private, personalized NSA-like Internet spying device.
Before you embark on a road trip to Death Valley like we did, make sure you pack the necessary equipment for thrill seeking and survival.
The app's creators think of it as "lockout insurance."
A new trial in the U.K. lets people pay for items using the PayPal app, a mobile phone, and a photo to prove their identity.
Hollywood movies often show secret agents tossing cell phones out of car windows, and grabbing new ones to activate.
Smartphones are everywhere. We not only hear this (often with a negative connotation) in our everyday lives, but we witness it, too.
Privacy in a pouch!