An upstart company promises to have you reading text messages from your wrist in just a couple of months.
Adario Strange is a writer and filmmaker originally from the East Village of New York City. His work has appeared in publications such as Wired, PC Magazine, and New York Press.
Google's April Fool's Day pranks are legendary, but a new humorous concept device is actually a tantalizing look at what might be possible if cash is still king in 50 years.
Creating tiny, multi-legged robots is nothing new, but this invention offers a look at the possible future of transporting people with giant ones.
Robots that mimic living animals and insects are nothing new, but a new entry into the field is so realistic that it almost blurs the line between the biological and the mechanical.
Securing a pair of Google Glass no easy task, which is why we shouldn't be surprised by a new solution that allows you to fake membership in wearable tech's most exclusive party.
Daredevils love to show us new ways to test the limits of human endurance and ingenuity, but one new stunt involving an umbrella and a skydiver is really just a test of whimsy.
The historic day that saved Apple from becoming a computer industry footnote, thanks to the return of Steve Jobs, is revealed in a new batch of rare photos.
A new batch of Google Street View imagery shows how deeply the Fukushima nuclear disaster has impacted Japan, even years after the catastrophe.
A new concept drone could serve as the perfect sea emergency robot, delivering life-saving assistance to drowning victims in hard to reach areas.
Neuroscientists have, in fact, developed a method to detect which criminals are likely violate the law in the future.