What if every soldier could run a four-minute mile?
Amidst all the hoopla over the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and their motion processors, faster CPUs, and larger screens, it was also announced that Apple's latest smartphones would have a much better camera.
The problem with nuclear waste is that it needs to be stored for many thousands of years before it's safe, which is a tricky commitment for even the most stable civilization.
New Zealand's Duke Engines has been busy developing and demonstrating excellent results with a bizarre axial engine prototype that completely does away with valves, while delivering excellent power and torque from an engine much smaller, lighter and
You might think airships are a relic of the past, and you wouldn't be wrong.
How Sapphire, The Nearly Indestructible Material Now Being Used For Smartphones, Is Made (Transparent Aluminum ala Star Trek IV)
If VR is going to be the next big thing, you wouldn't expect Samsung to pass up such a golden opportunity, would you? Alongside three other devices, Samsung today revealed a new virtual reality headset that's powered by a Galaxy Note 4. Gizmag got so
After 16 years of tinkering and experimentation, Dyson is releasing its first robotic vacuum cleaner, the Dyson 360 Eye.
Flesh and titanium merge via a design inspired by deer antlers.
But the cumbersome experimental setup won't replace Facebook's Messenger app anytime soon.
The company already has access to a quantum computing device for artificial intelligence experiments, but now it's seeking to develop its own hardware.
A research team at the University of Tokyo has unveiled one of the fastest two-legged robots in the world that can reach speeds up to 4.2 kilometers per hour (2.6 mph).
Billionaire Masayoshi Son will start selling his humanoid robots named "Pepper" at Sprint Corp. (S) stores in the U.S. by next summer, part of SoftBank Corp.'s push to take the technology beyond factory floors.
It seems that Google may be facing a bumpier ride with self-driving cars than initially expected.
Everyone's talking about the next iPhone, the next Galaxy Note, and the next Nexus phone from Google, which are all expected to debut within a month's time. But this smartphone from Sharp may have those other phones beat ? at least in the looks depar
It was only about five years ago that James Cameron's Avatar changed the world's perspective on the cinematic experience and both IMAX and 3D.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas unveiled plans to debut the most exciting coaster in the park's 22-year history ? BATMAN: The Ride, premiering in 2015.
News events across from distant countries can feel so far away, it is difficult to grasp their importance.
Triton oxygen mask allows underwater breathing without oxygen tanks
Using a tethered airship floating high up among the clouds, the Air HES concept is designed to yield both clean water and electricity by harvesting and condensing water vapor, which it uses to spin up an electric turbine generator to create power.
One of the hairier unintended consequences of cheap 3-D printing is that any troublemaker can duplicate a key without setting foot in a hardware store.
Birds are nice enough, unless you work at places like airports, farms, and landfills, in which case they're the sworn enemy.
On August 7, 2014, China conducted a second test flight of its hypersonic WU-14 glider, which according to Defense Department sources and Bill Gertz at the Washington Free Beacon, flew at speeds of Mach 10.
Drones riding drones to finance even bigger drones.
Taser--the world's favorite non-lethal weapons manufacturer--says its new surveillance device can protect both cops and citizens.
Many a sandwich has been ruined by overzealous buttering with fridge-cold butter. The anguish of torn bread may now be a thing of the past, though, thanks to a newly-designed butter knife. The ButterUp knife has a built-in grater to soften butter for
If you're trying to find out what the common features of tabby cats are, a Google image search will likely yield more results than you'd ever have the time or inclination to look over.
Beginning with a US$40 needle, researchers from the University of Utah have designed a microscope with the ability to generate miniaturized 3D images.
There are so many things a smartphone can do, but there are still plenty of things they can't do. That's where accessories come in.
Does this illustration look a little sci-fi to you? It should: It's a design for a plane that takes off vertically, like a helicopter, but that flies about three times faster than any helicopter today.