Amazon is having a rough week. The e-commerce powerhouse has celebrated a string of victories this year. Its stock price broke above $1,000 for the first time; it is presiding over an unprecedented retrenchment within the retail space as more than 8
It could be a breakthrough technology for people who use sign language to communicate–and anyone who doesn't know it.
When you hear the word "drone," you probably think of something either very useful or very scary. But could they have aesthetic value?
An approach to machine learning inspired by the human brain is about to revolutionize street search. Even if the cop who pulls you over doesn't recognize you, the body camera on his chest just might in the future.
The pill-sized cameras in today's mobile phones may seem miraculously tiny, given that a decade ago the smallest cameras available for retail sale were the size of a pack of cards.
At the University Sapienza in Rome, a team of researchers from the Physics Department and the Institute for Nanotechnology of the CNR, lead by physics professor Roberto Di Leonardo, has shown that genetically modified bacteria, expressing the protein
Activity in the electric hydrofoil watercraft arena has been hectic in recent times with the advent of electric-powered hydrofoil boats such as the eDorado and Quadrofoil Q2, and more recently, and a demonstration of the electric Jetfoiler without pl
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Red.com who makes high resolution cameras used by photographic professionals and movies is making a $1200 holographic smartphone that will need no special glasses.
In the early 1990s, Xerox Parc researchers showed off a futuristic concept they called the Digital Desk. It looked like any other metal workstation, aside from the unusual setup that hovered overhead. Two video cameras hung from a rig above the desk,
IBM scientists have made carbon nanotube transistors smaller and faster silicon transistors. Carbon nanotube transistors have long had the potential to be better than silicon, but this is the first time when that promise has been realized.
Siri will be the conductor of a suite of devices, all tracking your interactions and anticipating your next moves
Whether one is stuck at the airport, waiting for a train to arrive, or accompanying their significant other on a lengthy trip to the mall, the inventive stalls promise to pass time in an enjoyable way.
ORA sound uses the amazing properties of graphene in our proprietary nano-composite formulation to build unique, high performance loudspeaker membranes.
Done well, virtual reality feels immediate, immersive, and exciting. Even 360-degree video, which merely surrounds you in a scene you can't explore, transports you to a place unlike any other. But doing VR well requires tons of money, time, and skill
Introducing the world's first smartphone featuring hard kill switches, empowering its users to take back control of their privacy.
Samsung has been busted before, but has no interest in following privacy rules or ethical behavior. This is a purely Technocrat mindset that is headed toward Scientific Dictatorship. ? TN Editor
Many people who use computers and other digital devices are aware that all the words and images displayed on their monitors boil down to a sequence of ones and zeros. But few likely appreciate what is behind those ones and zeros: microscopic arrays o
SPY-PHONE Samsung's 'peeping Tom' smartphones can watch what you do on the web while monitoring your emails to target you with ads
Latest tech gossip indicates Apple's new smartphone will be very clever indeed
Andy Rubin wasn't ready to retire when he left Google in 2014. He certainly could have: After an illustrious career developing some of the most innovative products in tech, he had all the wealth and accolades anyone could want.
Trivia whiz Ken Jennings has made a career as a keeper of facts; he holds the longest winning streak in history on the US quiz show Jeopardy.
The Google Translate app already lets you snap a photo of Japanese text and get a translation for it in English.
Companies like Apple and Google are eager for mobile users to do more of their computing on the go, and that extends to printing and scanning.
Nextbigfuture talked to an attendee of 2017 Google IO and he reported that Google will be putting mini versions of the second generation TPU (tensor processing unit) into all new google cellphones.
An experimental device lets you whisper in the ear of someone up to 30 meters away. The wearable tech uses ultrasound to beam a speaker's words directly to a targeted individual without anyone else overhearing what is being said.
ASK ALEXA ABOUT the weather, and it'll tell you it's sunny and 75 in a pleasant monotone. Prompt it to tell you a joke, and it'll offer a pun in its signature staccato.
On several occasions here at The Watch, we've noted that while police body cameras are an important step toward transparency and accountability in law enforcement, they're only as good as the policies that govern their use.
An Iranian immigrant in Silicon Valley is challenging the $500 million behemoths and touting night shots that pierce cloud cover.