If the only beer that you have on hand is tepid, you may be tempted to pour yourself a glass and throw in some ice cubes.
In the winter it's snowballs, and in the summer it's water bombs.
Ryan Grepper's Kickstarter for his "Coolest Cooler," a cooler that's been updated for the 21st century, is poised to become the top-funded Kickstarter project of all time.
Last night, a company called Ethereum began selling the first batch of its cryptocurrency, called ether.
A composite of graphite flakes and carbon foam is claimed to convert 85 percent of solar energy into steam
Hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek have proven more clearly than anyone in the world how vulnerable cars are to digital attack.
A newly produced material is believed to be the "blackest" ever created. Vantablack is a pure carbon coating and absorbs 99.96 percent of incident radiation (solar energy as it hits the material's surface). Manufacturer Surrey NanoSystems believes th
Boating just became much more accessible thanks to Oru Kayak, a 12-foot-long, 26-pound kayak that folds up into a 33 x 29-inch carrying case.
When Hurricane Sandy hit New York City, taking out a fourth of the city's cell towers and widely wiping out power and wifi, tech creator Daniela Perdomo had an idea.
Imprint Energy is developing a long-lasting, bendable, and rechargeable battery.
Now Mexican company Sisoft, working with researchers from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM), has developed a wireless technology that transmits data in visible light emitted from LED lamps, while lighting the room at the same ti
Aside from being a global leader in producing smartphones, TVs, and home appliances, Samsung is also at the forefront in providing fast, high-capacity flash storage for your PC
The B-52 may finally have a grandchild.
The Raspberry Pi Model B+ offers some key improvements for the same price as the original model.
Our age-old instinct to point at things we'd like to know more about has inspired a device that assists the visually impaired consume written text.
Niklas Roy has created a machine that sucks 1,000 sponge balls through its transparent tubes.
As any professional photographer knows, setting up lights can be a hassle.
The making of a marvelous machine
As chips get smaller, chipmakers investigate new methods and materials.
Charge your phone with that white stuff fom the beach
The Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has announced the first successful live-fire tests of the military's first smart, self-guided bullets.
Canonical is a 650-employee software company best known for its version of the Linux operating system.
Attaching motors to drift trikes has seen the sport's popularity flourish over the last 12 months.
The Retina displays featured on Apple's iPhone 4 and 5 models pack a pixel density of 326 ppi, with individual pixels measuring 78 micrometers.
With its latest update to Windows Phone, Microsoft added what Apple and Google have been offering for quite some time—a virtual assistant.
After unveiling the world's first flexible OLED TV at CES earlier this year, LG has gone a step further with the unveiling of two new 18-inch OLED panels: the first is a transparent display, while the second can be rolled up.
Engineer builds 'world's most sophisticated machine gun water pistol' with 40ft firing range
In 1934, a little-known Belgian thinker published plans for a global network that could have changed everything
Dutch researcher Jalila Essaidi has bio-engineered a bullet proof material using spider silk, grown from goat milk, and human skin. They tested it with a reduced velocity .22 caliber bullet. This is all well and good, but it does not help with trauma
Stephanie L. Kwolek, a DuPont chemist who invented the technology behind Kevlar, a virtually bulletproof fiber that has saved thousands of lives, died on Wednesday in Wilmington, Del. She was 90.