Some people refuse to wear bike helmets because they find the things to be big, heavy and gawky-looking. That's where the Danish-made Newton-Rider helmet comes in, as it's sleek, thin, and made of semi-soft materials.
The best place to be is outdoors these days, but if packing for a hike or camping trip seems like a hassle, or if you're worried about losing access to your playlist while you're out there, no worries.
When we first encountered REE's ultra-modular EV chassis, we struggled to know what to make of it. Speaking to CEO Daniel Barel, we couldn't seem to pin down any specifics.
The SPARC Fusion reactor team have made good theoretical progress to the goal of a commercial nuclear fusion reactor.
Totally safe, self-charging batteries that generate power for thousands of years ... It's an exciting thought, and when we wrote about California's NDB in August, the story generated all kinds of feedback.
This has been made possible by a seemingly fictional invention that has appeared over the last few years--organic, transparent solar cells that when inserted into panes of glass, absorb sun and turn it into electricity to power the building.
Freefall Aerospace is a NASA NIAC (NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts) success story.
BUG-A-SALT announces the premiere of its latest TV commercial featuring Lorenzo and his trusty American Bulldog, Rufus. Attacked by flies while eating breakfast, Lorenzo busts out the BUG-A-SALT and goes cuckoo with the BUG-BEAM laser – another ri
Optical fibers are already used in many fields, but they would have even more applications if they could be manufactured faster and cheaper. An experimental new process is claimed to deliver on both counts, and it utilizes mostly existing technologie
Just because summer is coming to a close, it doesn't mean that our workout regime should too.
As electric unicycles become more popular, it goes without saying that some people will want to use the things off-road. InMotion's V11 is designed with that in mind, as it features 2.75 inches (70 mm) of air-sprung suspension travel.
Will Diamond Batteries (NDB) Change the World?
As renewable energy generation grows, so does the need for new storage methods that can be used at times when the Sun isn't shining or the wind isn't blowing.
A couple of years ago, we heard how Ford was supplying its assembly plant employees with an assistive exoskeleton called the EksoVest. Now, the maker of that device has unveiled a lighter and limberer but just as capable model.
Remember the giant, human-controlled Prosthesis mech suit?
A cheap, safe, self-charging battery that delivers high power for decades without ever needing a charge? That's a game changer.
California company NDB says its nano-diamond batteries will absolutely upend the energy equation, acting like tiny nuclear generators.
ANOTHER FORT HOOD DEATH 'Missing Fort Hood soldier who reported sexual abuse found hanged' – becoming 12th death this year
Self-Powered Wildfire Detector Could Help Fight the Spread of Deadly Blazes, Using Motion of Trees For Power
'Artificial photosynthesis' device makes clean fuel by mimicking the ability of plants to convert sunlight, carbon dioxide and water into energy without electricity
British company Oxis says it's developed safe, high-density lithium-sulfur battery chemistry and will supply Texas Aircraft Manufacturing with a 90-kWh, next-gen battery pack to power the eColt, an electric aircraft with a two hour, 230-mile range.
The flat windshield on the electric pickup truck may be ideal for that.
Air conditioners are a convenient way to cool down offices and homes, but they use huge amounts of energy in the process.
We needed a decent nailer to help with the upcoming house build. We decided to invest in the Home Depot Rigid products. We'll see how well they performed.
Nigerian Entrepreneur Invents Giant Solar-Powered Refrigerators That Cut Spoilage to Help Farmers Earn 25% More
Researchers at Aalto University have developed a photovoltaic device that has an external quantum efficiency of 132 percent.
Buckling in graphene mimics the effect of colossally large magnetic fields that are unattainable with today's magnet technologies. Graphene buckles when cooled while attached to a flat surface.
We've seen a number of Kickstarters for folding or break-apart guitars over the years, including the Freccia, the Genesis, the Mercury, and even a TravelBass (though only the lattermost was successfully funded).
A New Zealand-based startup has developed a method of safely and wirelessly transmitting electric power across long distances without the use of copper wire, and is working on implementing it with the country's second-largest power distributor.
Although numerous companies are now developing so-called "air taxis," many of those groups currently have nothing but renderings of their planned aircraft.