The lowly tugboat might not be the first vehicle that pops into your mind when you hear the name Rolls-Royce. We'd hardly blame you for that. After all, when a car company touts itself as making "the best car in the world," its hard to imagine it doi
We knew that Google was cooking up a version of Android designed specifically for wearables, and today the company followed through.
In 1962, years before Star Trek, The Jetsons was imagining a wacky future full of robots and talking pets. The inventions, jobs, and lifestyle George Jetson and his family enjoyed were almost comically unrealistic, but technology may actually be clos
Imagine sitting down to listen to some boring speaker at some corporate-mandated event. About five seconds into the never-ending monotone you're pleading with the universe to make something, anything happen. And then the seat shifts beneath you; the
For those not in the know, there's a whole community out there based solving Rubik's Cubes as fast as possible. Entire competitions are set up to see who can solve a cube fastest. Currently, the fastest any humans has solved a cube in is 5.55 seconds
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It depends on how they're deployed.
Three-dimensional interactive models of indoor spaces have traditionally been expensive and labor-intensive to create. But now anybody can buy a system that can make really neat digital renderings of a house, office or art gallery for $4,500, plus a
As an expert on cutting-edge digital displays, Mary Lou Jepsen studies how to show our most creative ideas on screens. And as a brain surgery patient herself, she is driven to know more about the neural activity that underlies invention, creativity,
HTC isn't expected to unveil its flagship successor to the One until March 25, but one thing's for sure: Its camera is likely to be the main attraction.
During the last generation of video gaming, Sony added Blu-ray technology to its PlayStation 3. This resulted in games with more realistic graphics, unlike anything we’d seen before. Now, Sony, along with Panasonic, are hoping to make that experience
We were frightened by The Machines all this time. But will The Infants be our last hope? [A NEW FILM FROM LEGENDARY DIRECTOR JAMES CAMERON]
When it comes to thoroughly assessing the condition of someone's eyes, it's usually necessary to utilize large, expensive contraptions such as those found in an ophthalmologist's office.
Lucid dreaming is believed by many to aid in practicing skills, improving creativity, or just exploring adventurous new worlds, but requires practice and awareness to master.
Watching AVATAR again and again might be fun for some, but the 3DTV wasn't invented simply to placate James Cameron. With gesture control and augmented reality being introduced to every facet of our lives, people are becoming more attuned to managing
From air-powered vehicles to miniature robot bands, people just seem to keep finding innovative uses for Lego.
Believe it or not, but we've reached a point where new smartphones are as exciting as new HDTVs.
Many of those with severe speech disorders use a computerized device to communicate. Yet they choose between only a few voice options.
At the University of Texas at Dallas, there's a professor by the name of Ray Baughman. He's a man obsessed with outlandishly strong muscle — just not the human kind. Back in 2011, he used carbon nanotubes to create an artificial muscle capable of rot
Security hole appeared just one month before NSA bragged it had penetrated Apple servers
The numbers being forecast for the Internet of Things (IoT) are truly mind-boggling.
Rinspeed, the Swiss company known for pushing the limits of vehicle modifications, is set to debut a new concept at the Geneva Motor Show next month.
‘Reasons are being invented’ to stop new technology mandate, senator says.
Project Tango constantly scans its surroundings, giving people--and Google--better maps than ever
It's kind of ironic that couriers usually attempt home deliveries during the day, while most people are away at work.
When the sun goes down on your high tech surveillance operation, outside location broadcast or wildlife documentary shoot, there's a good chance that your world will fade to shades of green and black.
Yes, it talks back.
Epson has been making augmented reality glasses for some time, but now they have a new model that gives Google Glass a run for its money.
The makers of a new nose-perched wearable device say it's far sexier than Google Glass and has a more human-friendly interface.
In Depth The grass is sometimes greener on the Android side