A group led by AT&T has just taken the wraps off a new program that will bring a green energy solution to millions of residents in New York City looking to power up their smartphones on the go.
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.
Hardcore users of Skype who use the service to keep in touch with family and friends across the globe now have another way to stay in touch: free video messaging.
Two years of data come together to show Mercury spinning in false color.
Reebok and MC10 have unveiled a new piece of wearable tech that could very well help to reduce the number and severity of sports-related head impact injuries.
An innovative design firm in California is now offering a new approach to prosthetic device style in addition to functionality.
A group of leaders in government and law enforcement has called for a national effort to compel smartphone makers to embed kill switches in their devices in the hopes of stemming rising street thefts.
Foursquare, the company that lets you accrue rankings for your travels, has just unveiled an interactive infographic tool that makes your everyday travels look like beautifully rendered adventures.
In an historic decision, the Supreme Court has just ruled that companies cannot patent naturally occurring human genes.
One of the few humans to ever walk on the surface of the Moon has just issued a new, international call to ramp up the development of a human settlement on Mars.
A new gaming experiment from Google offers the opportunity to play a 3D version of an old arcade classic with the added treat of video chatting with your opponent inside the game.