Flexible, inexpensive, large-area, lightweight solar cells are difficult to produce as they require an inert atmosphere and high temperatures, and they often degrade in a short time after exposure to air.
It could be the most important portable power plant you've never heard of. It's called the "Power Pallet" and it is essentially a combined biomass refinery and generator that fits on a single pallet and can kick out up to 20 kilowatts of electricity.
Google Is Thinking About Buying A Company That Makes WiFi Cameras That Record Everything In Your Home
Google scrambles to put the genie back in the bottle...Since we reported statements from Google’s consulting optometrist about the eye pains associated with using Google Glass, things have been, well, rocky.
Butterfleye is a wireless home surveillance camera that’s joining the growing ranks of intelligent, smartphone connected webcam systems designed to keep watch while you’re out and about.
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After a decade on the back burner, virtual reality is hot again
Apple is getting ready to launch its much talked about "Smart Home" software in early June, sources familiar with the matter confirm to the Financial Times.
Contamination of soil from petroleum spills is an ongoing problem that threatens to adversely affect the environment and the health of the people in it, so rapid testing of sites is a pressing issue.
Billed as a Fitbit for dogs when it hit the market last year, Whistle's compact activity monitor uses a 3-axis accelerometer to monitor Fido's daily exercise.
Google Glass may not be the most purposeful product ever made, but it certainly is entertaining.
Remember when Google said it was banning developers from displaying advertisements on Google Glass?
Astro Teller is the pony-tailed mad scientist leading Google’s efforts to merge the digital world with the physical world. He runs the quasi-secret Google X research lab, where the company is exploring everything from self-driving cars to internet-co
Though the Oculus Rift itself has pretty much hit the big time, virtual reality (VR) itself is still finding its footing. After all, having a headset that tracks where you're looking is one thing, but stepping into a virtual world is something else e
Truly random numbers are surprisingly hard to generate, and are necessary for everyday digital security.
We know we can’t beat them, we certainly can’t join them, and now it looks like we won’t be able to outrun them either.
Way back in 2010, Word Lens arrived offering the ability to translate a foreign language by simply pointing your camera at the text in question.
Xiaomi: The Scrappy Chinese Smartphone Maker That's Poised To Wallop Samsung And Apple
Virtual reality allows us to explore worlds without ever leaving the comfort of our own homes, but what happens when that technology is applied to animals, particularly chickens?
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Not so long ago, self health monitoring was largely limited to weighing ourselves to see how a diet was going and sticking a thermometer under our tongue to see if we were getting sick
When Yamaha Motor published its annual report for the year 2013 last month, motorcycle blogs the world over picked up on a single line which read: "In sports motorcycles, we are working to create new value with EV sports motorcycles, which we aim to
Australian telco demonstrates world's fastest LTE-A networking speeds of 450 Mbps
Google has appointed a marketing guru as the new head of Google Glass.
Friction drives like the Rubbee provide a lighter, simpler option for transforming a regular bicycle into an e-bike. Velogical's all-new Velospeeder makes the friction drive even lighter.
In 2011, a company called Aerofex unveiled the future: a hoverbike that works almost exactly like the speeder bikes in Star Wars.
A mechanical smartwatch may sound like a contradiction in terms, but a Tel Aviv-based company has come up with a way of making one.
There is a downside to getting these brand-new cars to test drive all the time.