Mark Prigg for the Daily Mail UK reports It's 50 years since the Jetsons first predicted we'd be flying the family about in airborne cars.And experts say we are tantalisingly close to the dream becoming reality.
With global temperatures reaching new record highs, it's as important as ever for individuals to mind the sun and heat.
The EOMA68 or the "Libre Tea Computer Card" is a new computer being developed that is about the size of a credit card, sort of like Raspberry Pi. It is built from the ground up to be NSA/Spy proof , low wattage and versatile. It makes this the perfec
Tascam says that its Ministudio series will make podcasting and online broadcast production a breeze
The QuietOn earplugs use microphones to capture external sound and use speakers to produce phase-shifted sound that cancels out the external sound.
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Panasonic's senior managing director, Hideaki Kawai, made a very brief statement to the press recently.
A group of PhD students from the MIT Media Lab and researchers from Microsoft Research have come up with the ultimate wearable: a temporary tattoo that can turn into a touchpad, remotely control your smartphone, or share data using NFC.
When Microsoft dropped the bomb that was HoloLens in a January 2015 event, a world that was increasingly eyeing virtual reality as our future stopped in its tracks to rethink the almost-forgotten parallel world of augmented reality.
Solar chargers are one means of keeping a smartphone charged when in remote locations, but they're dependant on hours of daylight and sunlight intensity. Portable turbines are an alternative and product designer Nils Ferber has created one he says is
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When you're an elite runner, something as small as ill-fitting sunglasses can distract you from the task at hand--covering leg-deadening distances as fast as humanly possible.
It's clear from the beginning that something is different about this couch. It's a beaten-up gray and has the word "Boosted" written across the back in blocky orange letters--as in Boosted Boards, America's favorite purveyor of electric-po
Beyond heated insoles, Thermacell makes a variety of battery-powered gadgets for outdoor lovers, among them a line of mosquito repellers.
Reaching into your pocket to answer the phone just isn't an option when you're charging down a snow-covered mountain or white-knuckling a set of mountain bike grips.
Lost luggage is down by 65% thanks to some new tech. Follow the roller coaster ride that your bags make into the bowels of the airport.
There's no better way to start a job interview than with a firm handshake. It's a clear sign that you're confident, capable, and ready to work like John Henry on PCP.
For a while there, these amazing PC-based VR headsets that you kept reading about were just about impossible to get in your hands (erm, on your head).
According to analytics company IHS, most televisions in the world over 50 inches will be Ultra High Definition by the end of next year.
TN Note: Here comes the freight train of IoT barreling down the track. The IoT will connect virtually everything, everywhere into an interwoven web of command and control. This is an essential marker to the progress of Technocracy!
Turbine engines are ideal technology for jets. They cram piles of power into a small, lightweight package, and have revolutionized air travel since their invention in the 1930s. Ian Wright sees them revolutionizing something else: garbage trucks.
Tampa Bay Area Departments are setting up audio sensors and enacting a "Zero Tolerance" policy towards celebratory gunfire this July Fourth weekend.
Instant film, as inventive as it is, has largely been replaced by the digital display. And while you can take dozens of photos in minutes with your phone camera, pick the best one, and instantly share it with your pals online, there's probably stil
This is the first time so many "smart" abilities have combined into one material
Bang & Olufsen makes very good speakers, very expensive speakers, and very good, very expensive headphones. Now it makes very expensive wireless earbuds that … may be very good.
Wang Jun spent 16 years expanding the world's understanding of what living things are made of -- sequencing genomes including those of the giant panda and potatoes. Now he's attempting to build on that: using DNA as one component to create on