Though the Next Big Thing won't appear for a while, we know pretty much what it will look like: a lightweight, always-on wearable that obliterates the divide between the stuff we see on screens and the stuff we see when we look up from our screens.
Google has been sued by a group of privacy advocates in the UK over improper collection of data from iPhone users. The search giant was sued by a group called Google You Owe Us for alleged misuse of personal data.
LittleBits has created a $99.95 build-it-yourself droid kit that lets you control your very own "Star Wars" character.
Akili Interactive Labs on Monday reported that its late-stage study of a video game designed to treat kids with ADHD met its primary goal, a big step in the Boston company's quest to get approval for what it hopes will be the first prescription vid
It seems like Tesla might be making a battery for your house. Would that be cool? I think so. But why would you need a house battery? I can think of a couple of uses...
Researchers from Google and the University of California Santa Barbara have taken an important step towards the goal of building a large-scale quantum computer.
The University of Maryland has created the largest quantum simulation using 53 trapped-ion qubits. It is the largest quantum simulation ever performed with high- efficiency single-shot measurements of individual qubits. This provides access to arbitr
World's first 'smart condom' collects intimate data during sex and tells men whether their performance is red-hot or a total flop
Have you ever considered living in a houseboat? Here is our list of 15 incredible houseboats
The combined market capitalization of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google is now equivalent to the GDP of India. How did these four companies come to infiltrate our lives so completely?
So…some people actually want to be microchipped like a dog. They're lining up for it. They're having parties to get it done. It if isn't available to them, they're totally bummed out.
Mine for Bitcoins.
One of Bill Gates' investment firms has spent $80 million to kickstart the development of a brand-new community in the far West Valley.
The Ammunition-designed mug lets you choose the exact temperature you'd like your coffee to remain for up to eight hours.
My latest torture by smartphone began with the installation of a new garage door opener at my new house in Tucson...The opener is Wi-Fi enabled and designed so that the garage door can be opened and closed remotely via a smartphone. It's similar t
device 'holds a party on its own' while he was out...Oliver Haberstroh's door was broken down by irate cops after neighbours complained about deafening music blasting from Hamburg flat
The American Dental Association, like many oral hygiene bodies around the globe, recommends cleaning between teeth at least once per day. Generally, this is done using a strand of dental floss to get into the small gaps that toothbrushes just can't r
store data in your clothes, without electronics... (Natural News) One of the benefits of the modern world is that you get to see and experience inventions that make life easier. You've heard about wearable technology like healing gloves and clim
Will you get lost in the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
LED and Laser Wifi replacement can boost speeds to 100 gigabits per second without interference
Whenever you give iPhone apps permission to access your camera, the app can surreptitiously take pictures and videos of you as long as the app is in the foreground, a security researcher warned on Wednesday.
Samsung's new "upcycling" initiative will allow you to put a completely new operating system on your old phones to give them new life.
The Bloodhound Super Sonic Car conducted its first public test run today, rocketing 210 mph (340 km/h) down the runway at Newquay Airport in southwest England. The test was a prelude for the rocket-powered car's ultimate, record-setting goal: 1,000
Honda on Wednesday showcased a new motorcycle that can stand unaided with or without a rider, using technology the firm learned from developing a walking humanoid.
From flying taxis to robocops, Dubai showcases technologies that will transform it into a futuristic metropolis