With World Maker Faire happening in Queens this weekend, PM couldn't resist stopping by to check out all the cool gadgets and tech. Here's what caught our eye.
What would happen if we could generate power from our windowpanes? In this moving talk, entrepreneur Justin Hall-Tipping shows the materials that could make that possible, and how questioning our notion of 'normal' can lead to extraordinary breakthro
Dubbed as a "game-changer" despite being around on devices for years (Motorola Atrix anyone); a 'paradigm' shift in mobile payment security; and a revolution in handheld devices by any and all investors bullish of the stocks; Appl's fingerprint-scann
Tablet sales showed their first sequential decline ever in the second quarter of this year, according to research firm IDC.
Apple announced that it sold over 9 million iPhones during the opening weekend of sales.
This Kickstarter project is moving fast.
Genevieve Bell, director of Intel’s user experience research, says companies building wearable computers haven’t figured out why people might want them.
The Leading Community for Personal UAV's
Dr. Eric Topol, director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute, chief academic officer of San Diego-based Scripps Health and digital health's rock star, was featured Jan. 25 on NBC's Rock Center with Brian Williams.
The telescope will study the atmospheres of Venus, Mars and Jupiter.
News: London's V&A Museum has added the world's first 3D-printed gun to its permanent collection and will exhibit it along with four other newly acquired design objects during the London Design Festival.
A simple, cheap way to measure eyesight may face resistance.
The Smelling Screen gives viewers a whiff of the action
few times a year, some new smartphone comes out that makes us fall all over ourselves in amazement. How we ever lived without this new device becomes a mystery, and the hunk of absolute crap we've been toting around for the last six months immediatel
From George Orwell’s 1984 and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World to the Wachowskis’ The Matrix, Stephen Spielberg’s Minority Report and most recently Neill Blomkamp’s Elysium, writers and filmmakers have used science fiction to both forecast the future
Apple's new iPhones, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, will go on sale next week.
Unlock your phone with invasive identification methods!
Part bike, part motorcycle, the Greyp G12 is the electric moped for the 21st century, and just to up the futuristic theme even further, it starts with a fingerprint scan.
This insect-inspired robot, made of cardboard and plastic, can sprint off a table and just keep on runnin'.
Geek rockstar Bre Pettis first wowed crowds with his upcoming 3D scanning device in March at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival in Austin. But it was no more than a tease — a homemade-looking gizmo that appeared to work, but for which he pro
No bigger than a Rubik's Cube, the Ouya (pronounced oo-yah) is a new addition to the console market that brings Android gaming to your television. Does it deliver enough digital delight with its double-digit price tag ($99) to compete with Sony, Micr
Today's smartphone cameras are pretty great. The iPhone 5, HTC One and Nokia Lumia 1020 are three smartphones with top-notch cameras. Sony wants to augment smartphones and give them even better image sensors with a wild new wireless lens-shaped camer
Leaps and bounds have been made in VR gaming recently. Sparked by the success of the Oculus Rift, a number of VR gaming controllers and headsets have begun development.
There's less than a week left until Apple's big event on Sept. 10. Everyone is expecting Apple to launch a new line (or lines) of iPhones, but on Tuesday, rumors began to fly about another potential announcement this month: a new Apple TV.
If you’re looking for proof of how deeply the designers at Tinybop, the Brooklyn-based studio responsible for the gorgeous new kids anatomy app The Human Body, are in tune with the wants and needs of their users, ....
Smartphones are too often a colossal distraction to motorists, but Honda sees a way of using them to protect pedestrians from inattentive drivers.
Video glasses for gaming and watching movies aren't new by any stretch.
Draw the design for a level on graph paper, and Pixel Press can translate it into a real, playable game
Many common products on the market today already make use of nanotechnology.
The future must have gadgets for 2014, what will they be?