We're now in the final countdown to the official start of CES 2016 -- the Superbowl of the gadget world --
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Shooting 3D VR footage can be expensive and difficult. However, the Vuze camera from HumanEyes Technologies could make it more accessible thanks to a sub US$1,000 price tag and an easy-to-use design.
At this week's CES technology expo, LG will be one of many TV makers to show off an impressive lineup of super-duper-high-definition TVs. But there's one thing that separates LG from the competition.
OBTAINED a secret, internal US government catalog of cellphone surveillance devices used by the military and by intelligence agencies offering insight into the spying capabilities of federal law enforcement and local police in the US.
A cheap, easy to maintain, "green" toilet that uses no water and turns human waste into electricity and clean water will be trialed in 2016...
Before flexible electronic devices can become commonplace, there needs to be a practical way of manufacturing reliable stretchable circuitry.
We're still waiting for the virtual reality revolution
Plenty of companies set up proprietary standards to ensure their customers don't use someone else's products with theirs. Keurig puts codes on their single-cup coffee pods, and engineers their coffee makers to work only with those codes.
This is so cool.
Astra Taylor's iPhone has a cracked screen. She has bandaged it with clear packing tape and plans to use the phone until it disintegrates.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is going to revolutionize every business operation and every field of endeavor. With RFID chips planted in everything, the geo-spatial, real-time tracking of every physical thing (including humans) will be possible. Coupl
When Oculus VR announced the consumer Rift earlier this year, the company had mentioned that pre-orders would start late in 2015 ahead of the headset's Q1 2016 launch.
Magic Leap, a secretive company making wearable technology for mixing digital imagery with the real world, is seeking to raise $827 million.
Smartwatches collect data about users' heart rates and exercise and stress levels; now Google wants to collect users' blood to monitor their blood glucose.
The world is going to be a very different place in 2045.
Holiday times are fast approaching (or, if you're Jewish, already here), and nothing puts the ho in holiday quite like some good old fashioned sex tech.
A Florida woman was reportedly arrested and placed into custody last week, after her car implicated her in at least one alleged hit-and-run incident.
IN THE 13TH century, if you wanted to kill a man your best bet was using a battle axe.
Stephen Witt, author of "How Music Got Free," imagines a future where algorithms replace albums, Frank Sinatra has new hits, and the DJ always plays your favorite song.
There's a reason why hoverboards are the hottest holiday present of the year -- they explode, US and UK officials warned.
The Military has recently released technology that is now available to the public.
It's a two-color device: black and white. The screen has no touch functions. The battery probably lasts for days. It answers every complaint about smartphones without bothering to address them.
German laser-tinkerer Patrick Priebe has created a "working" model of the original Death Star. It may not be able to destroy planets, but it can certainly melt metal.
Patent reveals the firm is planning a 'needle-free' way to collect samples using smartwatches
This has got to be one of the coolest inventions in a very long time.
There is no shortage of earbud headphones that claim to be the perfect fit for your ears. But everyone knows those claims are bogus.
New process removes defects in molecule-thick films for use in transparent LED displays
We have updated our Outernet Raspberry Pi image to work on Pi 2B! You can now choose between a B+ and 2B when you order a DIY Outernet Receiver Kit in our store.
Are you dismayed by the Syrian crisis or all crises, really and wanting to help out? This app might be the solution you've been seeking.