In the next decade, Navy scientists will be able to predict the weather as far as 90 days into the future with the help of mathematical models, satellites, and submarine drones.
Three-dimensional interactive models of indoor spaces have traditionally been expensive and labor-intensive to create. But now anybody can buy a system that can make really neat digital renderings of a house, office or art gallery for $4,500, plus a
SpaceX’s reusable booster rocket, the first of its kind, could pave the way for radically cheaper access to space.
Controlling a robot in space from the ground can be a bit like hitting a moving target.
Adidas always saves its best for a World Cup year and when it showed a knitted football boot last week, we figured that the radical departure represented by the Samba Primeknit (top left) was this year's bombshell. Now the German company, which made
Wall Street Is Going Crazy For A Revolutionary Technology That Could Change The Energy Market As We Know It
HTC isn't expected to unveil its flagship successor to the One until March 25, but one thing's for sure: Its camera is likely to be the main attraction.
As amazing as 3D printers are, they haven't nailed 3D fashion yet. 3D-printed dresses and shoes are still pretty darn uncomfortable to wear mostly because they're made from rock-hard plastic filaments. But that could all change thanks to a new elasti
During the last generation of video gaming, Sony added Blu-ray technology to its PlayStation 3. This resulted in games with more realistic graphics, unlike anything we’d seen before. Now, Sony, along with Panasonic, are hoping to make that experience
We were frightened by The Machines all this time. But will The Infants be our last hope? [A NEW FILM FROM LEGENDARY DIRECTOR JAMES CAMERON]
Legos are exquisitely engineered, capable of constructing stunning structures, and totally frustrating to those lacking fine motor skills.
For many, bitcoin — the distributed, worldwide, decentralized crypto-currency — is all about money … or, as recent events have shown, about who invented it.
Fed up with nosy, big-name Internet services that spy on you and share information with the government? You're not alone. In fact, there's a quiet rebellion underway against companies that snoop on their users, thanks to Edward Snowden.
Most people who saw Back To The Future II came away from the theater wanting two things in life, a flying DeLorean, and a hoverboard. Now, Christopher Lloyd who played Doc Brown in the movie says you can have the hoverboard real soon, as long as you
A discarded U.S. Army concept gets a new life in Britain.
Just in case you were getting bored with the world, we bring you a tiny tweezer made of light beams.
Phlebotomy. Even the word sounds archaic—and that’s nothing compared to the slow, expensive, and inefficient reality of drawing blood and having it tested.
Aquion manufactures cheap, long-lasting batteries for storing renewable energy.
Bringing new meaning to running on fumes
Two years after retirement, Burt Rutan is at it again, developing a new seaplane called the Skigull at his cabin near Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. At first he thought he had an original design, a tandem-seat twin-engine amphibian that rises from the water o
We can't imagine a hotel being built in six days unless we're talking about one of those pop-up hotels but in Changsa, China The Ark Hotel was built in just SIX DAYS.
Floating underwater leisure center «ANAKLIA 1, 2» (hereinafter Center hereinafter Center) is intended for comprehensive service of travel industry, as well as to conduct business meetings and sport competitions and to have holiday on south seashore.
For more unbelievable inventions, visit http://planetgreen.com/dean | This personal aircraft, through NASA, may be the next best way to travel to work without worrying about rush hour traffic. It can even control itself on autopilot in case of emerge
Many of those with severe speech disorders use a computerized device to communicate. Yet they choose between only a few voice options.
At the University of Texas at Dallas, there's a professor by the name of Ray Baughman. He's a man obsessed with outlandishly strong muscle — just not the human kind. Back in 2011, he used carbon nanotubes to create an artificial muscle capable of rot
A new battery innovation borrows from nature and could solve some big problems with using silicon in lithium in batteries.
Much better than a trash can lid
With the push of a button, a new concept from Nokian Tyres changes from a regular treaded winter tire to a studded one.
Aside from being loud, dirty, and stinky, and requiring you to remember to keep the gas can full, pushing a lawnmower isn’t a very desirable activity (unless you’re charging the neighbors to cut their grass), but one which is necessary if you live in