The fridge is the most common of common household appliances.
NATION | Could widespread wireless transmission of electricity be just a few steps away? Well, the dream of Nikola Tesla to power electrical devices without cords may be one step closer to reality in WiTricity. A company called WiTricity has devel
Take a look at the new Lightning Strike Fire Starter by Holland's Shooters Supply!
What can we do if messages and/or technology fall into enemy hands? As it stands, we don’t really have self-destructing technology, even though it’s been a staple of action/adventure movies for decades. However, this sort of technology is finally get
For the past few years, bendy electronics have become a new trend. It may seem like sci-fi, but phones that roll up and fit in your pocket and televisions that you can fold up and carry to a friend’s house are that much closer to becoming reality tha
Pininfarina is well-known for designing some of the sexiest cars ever created for companies like Ferrari and Alfa Romeo, but who knew that they also put their own distinctive mark on everyday objects like pens?
We've said it many times and we'll say it again: Google Glass is both wonderfully great and terrifying at the same time. When used for good, Glass has the potential to provide all kinds of occupations with innovative features that take advantage of i
In one of Apple's latest TV commercials, you might have noticed a shot of someone using a very accessorized iPad to shoot video of a waterfall. Well, that iPad is able to accommodate all that gear thanks to its Padcaster rig. Now, a smaller version o
Uses "a sponge made from wood pulp and coated with chitosan, a blood-clotting, antimicrobial substance that comes from shrimp shells." Looks like a 'must-have' item for sure!
When a soldier is shot on the battlefield, the emergency treatment can seem as brutal as the injury itself. A medic must pack gauze directly into the wound cavity, sometimes as deep as 5 inches into the body, to stop bleeding from an artery.
If you've ever wished that you could have an exoskeleton that would let you crush your enemies just like Ripley in the classic science fiction movie Aliens, then Panasonic has your back. The company's robotic division Activelink, is planning to intro
There's no shortage of camera straps or cases out there vying for a place on your DSLR or mirrorless shooter.
Computer processors are notorious for overheating: ask anyone with a laptop. Internal fans can help, but the harder they have to work, the more annoyed we get at the bloody awful noise that they make. What we really need is a better heat sink, the pa
Robots are certainly the wave of the future, as far as replacing soldiers in dangerous situations goes, but what weapons might future soldiers, or robot soldiers use? Lockheed Martin is betting on one thing (that we're massively in favor of): lasers,
Eighty years after they were first theorized, scientists have just created an artificial magnetic monopole.
If you're staying in a hotel that's kind of ... sketchy, then you might not be satisfied with simply locking your door when you're in for the night.
You may think that your 4 x 4 with its lugged tires is pretty good in the snow, but it's never going to match the traction and flotation offered by a tracked vehicle.
The last product I saw at CES 2014 was one of the coolest.
Low-cost materials could make storing hours of power from a wind farm economically feasible.
Amprius’s silicon-based batteries are starting to appear in electronics.
While commercial wind turbines have been trending toward larger sizes, from 300 kW capacity in 1990 to 7.5 MW in 2011, sometimes it is worth bucking the trend.
A new invention looks set to revolusionise Scuba and diving in general.
It's been almost a year since the 3Doodler debuted on Kickstarter, raising a whopping US$2.3 million in the process, and since then we've been curious to see just exactly what a "3D drawing pen" can do.
Ernest spends 2 days at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and shares his experience and perspective on international commerce and the future of innovation in America and around the world.
Google executive also pushes e-tattoo that reads your mind
Since landing in India in September of 2011, social venture Wello has carried out extensive research in an effort to improve the efficiency of water transport and storage in developing countries.
There is only company that can make a hard drive not look like a boring hard drive. If you saw the Sphère on a desk, you wouldn't have ever guessed it was a hard drive.
The Power Box is a pedal powered generator that generates electricity as you pedal.
Scientists prove it is possible to levitate and move objects in mid air using only sound
No one expects to have access to a Viking range or other high-end kitchen amenities when camping, but it doesn’t mean outdoorsy folks should settle for unsteady, unsightly camp grills.