It's a familiar adage in the tech world that hardware is hard. After all, a single coder can ship an app, armed with just a computer.
It's that time of the year when people start buying gifts. But what if you need to come up with a physics-based gift?
The winter rain makes a mess of West Phoenix. It turns dirt yards into mud and forms reefs of garbage in the streets.
The future is now.
From landspeeders to lightsabers
The Smell-O-Vision dream lives on
The technologies made possible by breakthroughs in quantum physics have already provided the means of quantum cryptography, and are gradually paving the way toward powerful, practical, everyday quantum computers, and even quantum teleportation.
There's another promising contender in the race to supplant the dominance of lithium-ion and metal-hydride based batteries in the world of energy storage.
A German company says it has developed an engineering installation capable of synthesizing petroleum-based fuels from water and carbon dioxide.
After decades of remaining virtually unchanged, luggage design is seeing some innovation, from the Fugu Luggage which expands like an accordion, to the Bluesmart connected luggage which can be controlled via a smartphone app.
Is it cool enough to be called the Coolest? You decide. After months of anticipation (well, my 6-packs, margarita mix, and I were waiting with bated breath) the Coolest Cooler has finally launched its Kickstarter campaign.
Bicycle historians, take note – it's time once again to look back at 10 of the bike-related products that most caught our attention over the past year!
The Fabrique Nationale Fusil Automatique Leger (Light Automatic Rifle), or FN FAL as it is more commonly known, began life in 1946 when FN and Great Britain created a piston operated prototype rifle that utilized the German intermediate 7.92x33mm car
We're now well within the midst of a gold rush, when it comes to smartphone cases that "do things."
Printable lighting is here, now what will you do with it?
Hybrid Air Vehicles Airlander
Company Plans to Start Selling Multirotor Helicopters With High-Definition Cameras Late Next Year
In a 2013 TED talk, design consultant Leyla Acaroglu shared an odd statistic with the crowd: In the United Kingdom, 65 percent of tea drinkers overfill their kettles and boil more water than is needed for a cup of tea.
Because when rockets are truly reusable, they're going to need a place to park.
Peeking out on the prow of the Ponce, pew pew pew!
Many travelers will have faced the problem of the carry-on luggage that was big enough when embarking on a trip, but fell well short on carrying capacity for the return journey thanks to the addition of souvenirs, bargains and gifts for loved ones.
Japanese firm devises plan for an Ocean Spiral community that descends nine miles to the seabed
Foldable bikes have always promised flexibility for bikers.
The Eyelock Myris is one of the best innovations of the year.
LiquidPiston's X Engine is a non-Wankel rotary embodiment of the company's innovative High Efficiency Hybrid Cycle (HEHC).
Back in 2012, Gizmag looked at LiquidPiston's X2 rotary engine. The compact, low-vibration, high-efficiency 70 bhp and 40 bhp compression ignition engine was something of a sensation.
Hobbyist Patrick Priebe has created a terrifyingly awesome laser watch that will burn through objects from afar
Rapid-DNA technology makes it easier than ever to grab and store your genetic profile. G-men, cops, and Homeland Security can't wait to see it everywhere.
It looks like Local Motors is getting some company in the 3D-printed car arena. German electric vehicle manufacturer StreetScooter recently completed the prototype of its C16, most of the exterior components of which were created using a Stratasys Ob