Like Bluetooth speakers, a flood of portable gadget chargers gets released into the world every week. But with the exception of their color schemes and current specs–1-amp chargers for phones, 2-amp chargers for iPads and other tablets–they all do pr
SmartWitness, a UK-based manufacturer of vehicle safety systems, has unveiled the latest in its line of traffic incident cameras, the KP1.
It’s easy to see the appeal of Project Ara, Google’s modular smartphone concept.
Lytro’s first offering was meant to bedazzle hipsters.
It's already in place for online computer gaming. Can the government successfully impose a curfew on the one gadget people can’t live without?
Modern society depends on its mobile devices and gadgets in ways like we’ve never done before. We’ve grown dependent on our devices, but, unfortunately, most of them rely on batteries that just don’t last very long.
If you use your smartphone a lot, and who doesn't these days, you probably find yourself having to top up the charge whenever you get the opportunity.
Activists around the world are concerned about the growing use of smart meter technology.
If the recent batch of movie trailers are any indication, Spider-Man needs all the help he can get nowadays. So if you've ever dreamed of being the "Bucky" to Peter Parker's "Cap," take special note: the web-shooter is now (more or less) a reality.
In 1829, Frenchman Louis Braille developed a tactile system that would allow those with vision impairment to read books... MIT researchers have changed that problem with a new piece of wearable technology that reads books out loud to those with visio
I have some news that might be kind of hard to hear: you are never going to become Spider-Man. Radioactive spiders don't exist, humans can't naturally stick to walls with their hands and feet, and a person trying to swing from a skyscraper with "webb
Procter & Gamble Co is getting ready to release a new Gillette razor in the battle for men's faces. Their newest innovation, according to marketing documents obtained by The Wall Street Journal, is a swiveling-ball hinge that allows the blade to pivo
Amazon's smartphone plans are coming together at last. New photos and information published by BGR reveal Amazon's smartphone will employ an array of front-facing cameras to create a unique 3D user interface.
At the Project Ara Developer’s Conference in Santa Clara, California, the moment of unveiling was a bit of a letdown.
The future of health inspection
Graphene is frankly just showing off at this point.
Broadband speeds in the UK currently max out at about 300 Mbps, provided by British Telecom. Sky and TalkTalk have now announced that they intend to bring 1 Gbps speeds to UK cities. The roll-out will begin in York next year, before moving to other l
You’ve just squeezed the last drop of shampoo from the bottle, the toothpaste tube is rolled as tightly as possible and your razor just completed its last shave.
If sci-fi is any meter by which to judge these things, firing lasers at planets is usually a pretty disastrous idea. Thankfully, though, there's no sign that the Galactic Empire has taken charge of the International Space Station (ISS), since that's
Augmented reality (AR) headsets are officially a reality today, with any U.S. resident now able to pick up their own Google Glass (today only). Now that it looks like the long-awaited world of wearables is coming into its own, the folks in the tech i
Lens has camera built in Could be developed to help the blind see and give them guidance Could also give wearer 'supervision' with ability to zoom Could shrink Glass to fit on a pair on lenses Firm already developing lenses with screen and medica
Land Rover teased its new Discovery Vision concept last week in the run-up to its début at 2014 New York International Auto Show on April 16, and now the car maker reveals a bit more about the Vision – or rather, less.
Last week we talked about the many survival uses of the tampon. But unless he specifically packed one in a bag or car, a man’s unlikely to have one on him in a pinch. So today we’re going to explore the survival uses of an everyday item you’re much m
Motor power can make already crazy, awesome adrenaline sports even crazier and … awesomer.
Diginova, a consortium of European companies and universities, has proposed a roadmap for how the manufacturing industry could fully benefit from the digital era over the next two decades.
The Oculus Rift has done wonders in revitalizing interest for virtual reality. But two things hold the Rift back from totally suspending disbelief: its display and the wire(s) snaking out of it.
One of the most exciting pieces of innovation in the past several years is Solar Impulse, the solar-powered airplane that has flown across the United States. Then, it made a 26-hour non-stop flight over Switzerland, closing the loop on potentially co
The power of quantum dots
Newcastle University has recently begun a field trial to see whether Google Glass will be able to assist people with Parkinson's. In this case Newcastle University was gifted five pairs of Glass which researchers are using to see whether they can be
When it comes to money, the best of intentions are often no match for biases, irrationalities and bad habits that can lead to buying too much, buying too high, or selling too low.