Ring's Video Doorbell allows users to see and speak with visitors to their home via a mobile device, no matter where they are ... and it's not just a pie-in-the-sky project.
The new glasses called "Privacy Visor," can trick facial recognition technology, and prevent cameras from tracing your identity.
Electronic displays for integration with clothing and textiles are a rapidly developing field in the realm of wearable electronics.
Researchers have created printable solid-state batteries that can be printed in any conceivable shape and can be seamlessly embedded into a variety of surfaces.
No doubt a number of people have been waiting for their turn to skate effortlessly over water and sidewalks since the release of Back To The Future, Part II… And now, such opportunity might soon be afforded.
We've seen some highly-portable electric vehicles before, including diminutive scooters and skateboards. Cocoa Motors' new WalkCar, however, makes those gizmos look huge. It's used more or less like a Segway, but it's not much bigger than a laptop.
NASA aims to get many more tiny cubesats to space in the coming years.
The latest Internet of Things (IoT) entry into the lawn and garden market offers an automated and app-controlled watering system to "deliver the perfect drink" to your plants.
A spectacular predawn dual flight of fighters from two epochs, the mid-20th century P-51 Mustang and the early 21st century F-22 has been captured on video, with awesome technology enabling the viewer to look 360 degrees in any direction.
The fingerprint scanner has raised questions since its first integration into the modern smartphone: is it secure, is it reliable, who will have access to my fingerprints?
Christopher Waid (Founder of ThinkPenguin.com) on privacy and freedom in the tech sphere (Ernie goes LINUX) - Angela Keaton (Antiwar.com) comes on the show to discuss how they are being censored by various fundraising outlets
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The great thing about go-anywhere, do-anything cameras like the Go-Pro is they capture everything. The bad thing about go-anywhere, do-anything cameras like the Go-Pro is they capture everything.
Humanity has landed a probe on a comet traveling 80,000 mph and flown past a dwarf planet three billion miles away. So why can't we make a damn laptop screen that lets you work outside in the sun?
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It's going to be a wild ride--and it starts this Christmas
Musk is known for making the future come early. But somehow he's always behind schedule.
One of the things that's tricky about using an actioncam is the fact that while you don't want to miss anything, you also don't want to search through a ton of raw footage in editing. That's why the Graava was created.
Above all else, it's important that any device does its bread-and-butter functionality well. The nipi cooler, which is currently the subject of a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign, is said to keep ice frozen for six full days, and comes packed with w
Acer has announced a pair of new laptops that are set to provide access to Windows 10 at a very reasonable price point.
Apple and BMW may eventually have more in common than just some features in your car's infotainment system.
The human brain contains more synapses than there are galaxies in the observable universe (to put a number on it, there are perhaps 100 trillion synapses versus 100 billion galaxies), and now scientists can see them all - individually.
IN CASE ULTRA-HIGH definition video wasn't enough to impress you, GoPro's now letting you view those videos in 360 degrees.
AspectSolar, an innovator in Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) solar-powered batteries, has announced an industry-leading, environmentally friendly and portable power solution for every aspect of work, play and home.
Apple Inc (AAPL.O) will launch the next generation of its Apple TV set-top box in September, with a new remote and support for Siri voice control, online publisher BuzzFeed reported on Thursday.
Last week, I was hanging out with some hackers and security experts at a conference in Brooklyn when I took out my Sony phone. "Oh! The journalist uses Android. That's secure!" said one guy next to me, in a highly sarcastic tone.
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Like a lot of teenagers, Aanya Nigam reflexively shares her whereabouts, activities and thoughts on Twitter, Instagram and other social networks without a qualm.
A little known startup is trying to make batteries that last a lot longer. If it succeeds, it would be a big breakthrough.
Motorola's president has said that he would love there to be a battery tech breakthrough, but believes it will be a long time before his industry can offer a phone that lasts for a week or longer.