Jason Humphreys has been arrested in Florida, accused of operating a mobile cell phone jammer from his car. The 60 year old was allegedly so upset about use of cell phones in cars that he decided to take matters into his own hands. Police claim H
Fans of Parrot's AR.Drone quadcopter have been anticipating the arrival of the AR.Drone 3.0 for the past couple of years, but it now looks like the next major addition to the French company's fleet is going to take the form of a little something know
Flying cars. Jet packs. Replicators. We don't have any of these things, and it's depressing. But we do have laser cannons, which means that we haven't entirely failed as a technological society. Lockheed Martin has successfully demonstrated a weapons
To experience what it feels like to fly with wings of your own, you're gonna need a little something more than a headset. You're gonna need the wind in your face. You're gonna need to tap the olfactory system. You're gonna need wings, for that matter
Nobody wants skin cancer. Nobody wants cancer — period. But you can't beat cancer if you don't know if you have it or not. Fortunately, there's an app that can detect if you have skin cancer or not.
If sci-fi is any guide, someday we'll all have robot maids toiling away in aprons and paper hats as they prepare our every culinary delight.
There are a burgeoning number of ways to receive content streamed from the internet to your living room TV, and no single provider is proving significantly dominant.
Thirty years after virtual-reality goggles and immersive virtual worlds made their debut, the technology finally seems poised for widespread use.
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Smartphone displays have come a long way since the fat BlackBerry and Palm Treo days.
Your iPhone Gathers A Lot More Of Your Location Data Than You Thought — Here's How To Disable It
The Toq smartwatch isn’t so much a retail-ready smartwatch as Qualcomm’s vision of what a smartwatch can be.
Whether you’ve lost your car or lost your Internet connection, Google Now is getting a little more helpful.
After a boozy Saturday night, Sarah Maguire awoke the next morning to find that her iPhone was gone.
This is a picture of the smallest satellite yet to be launched into orbit around Earth.
Thirty-nine million people in the world are blind, and the majority lost their sight due to curable and preventable diseases. But how do you test and treat people who live in remote areas, where expensive, bulky eye equipment is hard to come by?
Our satellite network is frozen in the 1970s, a shortcoming that affects things like airplane communication and our struggle to find Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
LOOK OUT MICROSOFT: Google And Intel Will Make A Big Chromebook Announcement On Tuesday
Last week, Mozilla tapped Andreas Gal as its new chief technology officer.
Each week, there are dozens of rumors, reports, and patent filings that hint at what’s coming out of Cupertino next.
Glashütte is a town in Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge, Free State of Saxony, Germany.
Xiaomi, the buzzy Chinese smartphone maker, had 15 million signups for its latest device, the RedMi Note.
The ultimate goal of solar cell technology is to be able to generate electricity at costs lower than sources such as coal, natural gas and nuclear.
Robo-Washer all-in-one hand washer and dryer aims to be the next great bathroom revolution
One of the best parts of our jobs here at WIRED is that we get to test all the new things as soon as they come out. But we often only get a few days to play with something before having to write about it. That can be difficult–getting a clear assessm
Paper books were supposed to be dead by now. For years, information theorists, marketers, and early adopters have told us their demise was imminent. Ikea even redesigned a bookshelf to hold something other than books. Yet in a world of screen ubiquit
Wondering how nutritious that food is, if that plant needs water, or just what that misplaced pill is?
Former Apple Engineers Have Made A Camera That Can Record Everything Around You At Once
Of all the industries that are dependent on fossil fuels, air travel stands to gain the most from finding a new power source.
This week marked the 25th anniversary of what is arguably the most important handheld game console ever made: the Nintendo Game Boy.