For tinkerers and people who love programming complicated projects, devices like the Raspberry Pi and Arduino are amazing, but for those without technical knowledge, they can be a terrifying proposition.
Cell phones just got a whole lot more secure.
The Taser Photoshoot Original.
GoPro users have used their devices to film from all sorts of places, including inside washing machines and in a pan while poaching eggs.Now, they can find out what the world looks like from the perspective of their dog.
Birds are nice enough, unless you work at places like airports, farms, and landfills, in which case they're the sworn enemy.
Taser--the world's favorite non-lethal weapons manufacturer--says its new surveillance device can protect both cops and citizens.
Mozilla, best known as the maker of the Firefox web browser, is targeting first-time smartphone buyers in India with a new low-cost phone for just $33.
Jesse Robbins won't show us the wearable device his new startup is building, but he says it was inspired, at least in part, by the Star Trek "communicator badge."
As companies continue to invest in solar power, bring-anywhere gadgets make the technology even more popular
FLIR cameras are terribly expensive and bulky,...but as the current generation grows, previous generation systems are being cannibalized and turned into iphone5 cases for just $350
There are so many things a smartphone can do, but there are still plenty of things they can't do. That's where accessories come in.
Alone, the simple little robot can't do much, shuffling around on three vibrating tooth-pick legs. But working with 1,000 or more like-minded fellow bots, it becomes part of a swarm that can self-assemble into any two-dimensional shape.
Polaroid has a new GoPro competitor called the Polaroid Cube, and you can pre-order the tiny camera today, according to Engadget.
The first time Sarah Churman "heard" her own voice, she was 29 years old. She grinned, laughed, and launched into tears.
The town of Akademgorodok, nestled among birch and conifers 3,400 kilometers east of Moscow, is becoming a hub for 21st century Russian innovation and entrepreneurship. You've heard of Silicon Valley. This is Silicon Forest.
When it is connected to a power source, this flat robot folds itself into a 3D shape and starts walking.
The first glasses in the world, it seems, were created some 700 years ago.
You know that bag of chips sitting on your kitchen counter? It's "listening" to all the sounds in your room, and if the right visual filming equipment looks at it, other people can hear inside your room, too.
This infographic designed by Maximilian Bode and posted on fastcodesign.com illustrates the terrifying power of today's nuclear bombs. Each red block represents a ton of TNT.
Bertolt Meyer was born without a lower left arm.
OSAKA, JAPAN and PALO ALTO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/31/14 -- Panasonic Corporation and Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) have signed an agreement that lays out their cooperation on the construction of a large-scale battery manufacturing plant in th
The founder of Tesla and SpaceX had an early start in tech and business.
It's no longer a distant dream or a sci-fi fantasy. The bionic age is here.
If you've ever sat on your couch on Sunday afternoon and wondered about the exact speed of the wide receiver that just torched your team's secondary, or exactly how little separation he needed to get open for that first down catch, pretty soon you'll
If you're a sport fisherman, then you know the frustration of having a fish strike and reject your lure. What sort of fish was it, and how big was it? Well, the Strike Cam may not help you land such finicky fish, but it can at least answer those ques
First came Generation X. Then the Millennials. And if you have kids under 10, you already know what they're going to be called: the Touchscreen Generation.
Stardate: 2014. As Star Trek nears its 50th anniversary, most of its imagined technologies remain light years away.
Energy storage solutions help match demand for electricity with supply by renewables
Stanford University researchers claim to have created the first stable pure lithium anode in a working battery by using carbon nanospheres as a protective sheath to guard against degradation.
A Elytron 2S (shown here in a proposed seven-seater version) is a tiltrotor aircraft that uses a Prandtl's box wing design.