A new batch of Google Street View imagery shows how deeply the Fukushima nuclear disaster has impacted Japan, even years after the catastrophe.
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.
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.
The smartwatch race is in full swing, but since none of the major players have unveiled their designs, this concept device from a leading e-ink developer offers an attractive look at one of the possibilities.
A new report offers hope for frequent fliers who are constantly denied the use of their tablets during takeoff and landings.
Apple's march into the future of innovation continues with a new patent that reveals plans to allow the operation of touchscreen devices even when a device's screen is turned off.
Using Google Maps, public phones, and a group of hardened New Yorkers, one art project has created a city full of virtual time machines that can take you 20 years into the past.
An Oregon-based company claims that it has come up with a device that will allow anyone to become invisible to aerial drones.
A new method of branding films in South Korea could also point the way toward innovating the way we access the mobile Web.
A Virginia lawmaker has set his sights on Google Glass in a bid to enhance driver safety before the device even hits the market.