Ever since air travel was invented, people have been fighting over the window seat. Not any more! The Center for Process Innovation, a British technology and research firm, is creating the future of air travel!
A spacecraft designed to eventually replace many spacewalking astronaut activities passed two key pressure tests in September, representatives from the company building the spacecraft told Space.com in an exclusive interview.
Facebook, Google, and the rest of the censorship and data mining cabal-you have now officially been put on notice.
along at 100mph is going on sale in the US next month...The world's first flying car is set to go on the market with pre-sales scheduled to begin next month.
If a device connects wirelessly to other things, chances are high that it has an antenna in it. But as crucial as these components are, the rigid metals they're made of can limit what devices they can be built into. To help with that, researchers at
Global Energy Transmission (GET) has pioneered a mid-air inductive recharging system that can charge up several drones at once without requiring them to land. Build enough of these stations, and you can have an army of drones in the air that never ne
Amazon has received a patent that would combine man and machine in a symbiotic, product-fetching cage enclosure capable of flying around their expansive warehouses on tracks currently used by robotic trolleys.
The legal US cannabis industry is growing strong where local authorities have stepped out of its way. However, in combination with banks and credit card companies refusing to provide services to many businesses, restrictions have created a perfect op
We reached out to our friend Franky Zapata the inventor of the Flyboard Air to make this project happen! Find out more about his rad inventions here: https://zapata.com/flyboard
This mix of cool vehicles are some of the craziest machines you'll ever see. Here is our list of 15 cool vehicles and personal transport machines.
A Singaporean company has resurrected a post-WW2 German design to commercialize a beautiful reverse-delta ground effect vehicle as a high-speed, high-efficiency ferry for six to eight passengers. The Airfish 8 hovers serenely between two and 23 ft (0
I don't tend to write a whole lot about things like body armor and the like. Partly because - and I'm sorry to generalize - that tends to be more of a guy thing and I just never had that much interest in it. But when Hardcore Defense offered
They have proven an innovative pre-cooling system which does not require the development of new materials to handle the heat of hypersonic flight speeds.
Quasi?Solid?State Single?Atom Transistors are 10,000 times smaller than conventional silicon transistors
If global warming causes catastrophic flooding that inundates most of the world's coastal urban areas by the end of the century, how will we cope?
The condom of the future: Extra-slippery 'hydrogel' contraceptive that feels like you're wearing nothing at all wins $1million in government backing
At the recent Farnborough Air Show 2018, aerospace engineers from Britain's University of Central Lancashire presented what they state is the world's first graphene-skinned aircraft. Known as Juno, the 3.5 meter-wide (11.5-ft) unmanned plane could be
On Sept. 8, an ungainly, 2,000-foot-long contraption will steam under the Golden Gate Bridge in what's either a brilliant quest or a fool's errand.
Inria and CNRS are teaming up with the Faculty of Engineering of Cairo University and the HIP Institute (Heritage, Preservation, Innovation) with the support of the Robeauté company and La Fondation Dassault Systèmes to design an innovative robot t
Robots may soon be more sensitive than humans--at least when it comes to their skin. Researchers from Glasgow University have developed a type of artificial skin that is more sensitive than our own. Just add this to all the ways robots are taking ov
SAS soldiers are trying out "Star Wars"-style bulletproof helmets in the war against terror. The SAS is the UK's answer to the Navy SEALs.
Chainmail was a form of armor popular during Medieval times that consists of hundreds of small metal rings linked together to form armor. While better protection has long made it obsolete, NASA has reimagined its potential as a way to protect astrona
Shown some two years ago, an experimental all-electric airplane X-57 Maxwell, is being presented at the AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin (July 23-29). The X-57 is expected to fly for the first time in 2019.
That science fiction future where robots can do what people and animals do may be closer than you think. Marc Raibert, founder of Boston Dynamics, is developing advanced robots that can gallop like a cheetah, negotiate 10 inches of snow, walk upright
Honeybee Robotics has been working on a Planetary Deep drill. It has been tested to a depth of about 100 feet (30 meters). The plan has to been to have the lightweight system reach kilometers of depth. This would be able to reach the liquid Lake on M
Flow batteries have the potential to help store energy on a large scale, and might be particularly useful to back up renewable energy sources, but there are a few issues still to overcome.
Akka Technologies is developing pods with detachable wings that would integrate aviation and public transit. The AKKA Group is an engineering and technology consulting company with 16000 employees. The detachable wings would make for vastly more e
Farnborough (United Kingdom) (AFP) - European air giant Airbus on Wednesday unveiled a solar-powered drone called Zephyr that will fly at a high altitude and fulfil the same functions as a satellite.
your flaws 'should come with mental health warning' say campaigners...A voice-controlled mirror that analyses every wrinkle, fine line and flaw in a person's face has been labelled as 'dangerous' by mental health campaigners.
The UK's Archie O'Brien had a dream of zipping below the waters off Iceland or swimming with dolphins off the coast of Bora Bora.