Tarrin Lupo (Historical Fiction Author) in town for the Freedom Summit comes on the show to talk about prepping, self-sustainability, Bitcoin, his next project, the Freedom Summit, and libertarian issues
Charles Pax (former Director of Research and Development at MakerBot) on 3D Printing and how it will revolutionize the world - Megan Duffield (Marketing for Amagi Metals) on precious metals, and also gives us an update on what she has been doing
OrCam are smart glasses that can read any text out loud – from newspaper articles to product labels, and even hand-written notes – with the help of a camera that can decipher letters and a microphone that attach to the glass frame.
Amazon likes to have its foot in many industries. From online shopping to e-books to Kindles, Jeff Bezos's empire seems to butt its nose everywhere. Its next interest? A game console? Perhaps.
What can we do if messages and/or technology fall into enemy hands? As it stands, we don’t really have self-destructing technology, even though it’s been a staple of action/adventure movies for decades. However, this sort of technology is finally get
For the past few years, bendy electronics have become a new trend. It may seem like sci-fi, but phones that roll up and fit in your pocket and televisions that you can fold up and carry to a friend’s house are that much closer to becoming reality tha
In the not-so-distant future, I believe most homes in America will have a 3-D printer, just as most homes in America now have a computer. Let’s consider how that will change economics of the future, shall we?
We've said it many times and we'll say it again: Google Glass is both wonderfully great and terrifying at the same time. When used for good, Glass has the potential to provide all kinds of occupations with innovative features that take advantage of i
Colonoscopies can be an uncomfortable procedure for patients who may already be worried about what results will be found. When the results are inconclusive, a patient's options can be limited, causing further distress.
In one of Apple's latest TV commercials, you might have noticed a shot of someone using a very accessorized iPad to shoot video of a waterfall. Well, that iPad is able to accommodate all that gear thanks to its Padcaster rig. Now, a smaller version o
Google Glass may soon become a favored tool for law enforcement agencies in the United States.
Slavko Martinov (New Zealand Filmmaker) on the movie 'Propaganda' he produced, directed and wrote - NOT GUILTY 4409 in court... AGAIN! - Mark Parker (Founder and President of TREWGrip.com) talks about the new mobile QWERTY interface.
Smartphones are practically everywhere. But if you're in the middle of nowhere without a signal, that iPhone 5s or Galaxy S4 won't do you much good.
Author, Google Engineer, and futurist Ray Kurzweil tells WSJ Editor in Chief Gerard Baker that advancing technologies will be integrated into ourselves. He speaks at WSJ’s CIO Network in San Diego, Calif.
If you've ever wished that you could have an exoskeleton that would let you crush your enemies just like Ripley in the classic science fiction movie Aliens, then Panasonic has your back. The company's robotic division Activelink, is planning to intro
In October of last year, the Canadian Avalanche Centre (CAC) issued a warning about the dangers of relying on smartphone apps that were being marketed as economical alternatives to avalanche transceivers.
Apple blew up the advertising world with its famous Mac commercial during the 1984 Super Bowl.
Computer processors are notorious for overheating: ask anyone with a laptop. Internal fans can help, but the harder they have to work, the more annoyed we get at the bloody awful noise that they make. What we really need is a better heat sink, the pa
System could have nightmare implications for privacy, freedom of assembly
Following the launch earlier this week of a collection of frames for Glass, Google has launched the first handful of games for the device.
After a few days of bouncing between booths and events during CES, I was more than happy to retreat from the chaotic show floor to a quiet hotel suite to demo Avegant's innovative new headset.
Fuel3D has release the first images of its 3D scanner.
Powertraveller adds an ultra-versatile portable charger to its gadget charger line.
I never thought I’d ever say this, but I’m onstage with Beck.
How do you take a photo of a mountain or coastline that doesn’t feel like a hackneyed homage to Ansel Adams?
I’m not old by any means, but I’ve become a little more forgetful lately.
Smartwatches are a tough category to nail. If CES 2014 was any indicator, a flood of smartwatches and fitness bands will try to convince us this is the year wearables finally go mainstream.
The porn industry has a pretty good track record as an early adopter
In Rocky Mount, North Carolina, a firefighter sits behind his desk.
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