Hoping to accelerate the development of what has been called the Internet of Things, a group of developers have come up with what amounts to a smart smoke detector.
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.
Foxconn, the company best known for manufacturing a good deal of Apple's hardware, has unveiled its own smartwatch device.
A new paper from a neuroscientist in Italy claims that the technology to transplant a human head onto another body is now within reach.
The never ending battle of man versus machine takes a new, humorous turn in this new video featuring one of golf's elite battling a trash talking robot.
An international group of researchers have unveiled a new kind of contact lens that contains a telescopic component that could offer enhanced eyesight in the near future.
Google's Street View team takes the world on a trip to one of the most famous, yet hard to reach deserted cities on the planet, Japan's Battleship Island.
The U.S. military has released a new video that depicts the future of combat as a kind of first-person shooter style dive into science fiction.
A Paris-based startup has announced a device designed to help you root out any possible pollution in your own home.
Recon Instruments has just unveiled a device that could prove to be the first truly affordable heads-up display ready for commercial use, even before Google's Glass.
An underexposed new feature of iOS 7 allows users to control their iPads with a simple head movement.