Google has just uploaded new, cloud-free imagery of the Earth that offers users an enhanced, high-resolution perspective of our planet that took years to put together.
A team of researchers have developed a new kind of exoskeleton that enhances the wearer's performance without the slow, robotic movements and bulky frame common in similar devices.
The guy who amazed us with the Leap Motion-controlled AirHarp has a new app that will likely make anyone an instant air drumming fanatic.
Using behavior analysis software and a 3D character, MIT has developed a system that may help the socially awkward become a little more people friendly.
One major U.K. airline has taken a quicker step into the future ahead of U.S. airlines by easing restrictions regarding gadget use on flights.
Sony just unveiled a couple of new mobile devices specifically geared to compete in what is shaping up to be a new era of wearable computers.
The smartwatch wars are in full swing and the latest entrant claims to be able to let you operate your wearable computer through voice and gesture commands.
Researchers in the Netherlands have come up with a new kind of garment that combines solar power with futuristic fashion to make anyone a walking power plant.
Tokyo as a futuristic wonderland doesn't always live up to expectations in reality, so one photographer decided to distort that reality using time-lapse trickery to offer a truly sci-fi version of the real thing.
A patent describing a fingerprint scanner embedded in the bezel of a device could suggest what's coming in the next iPhone.