We're familiar with wearable tech that tracks our health, but a new device brings the same kind of personalized data tracking to our cars.
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.
As evidenced by a stunning new test launch video, SpaceX is still hard at work on the next generation of reusable spacecrafts.
Air quality in China has dropped to such low levels that local designers have now scrambled to come up with a possible solution that could save lives in the face of environmental deterioration.
A new device on Kickstarter promises to let you use your smartphone to measure the very air around you.
Newly uncovered prototype photos reveal that Apple's iPhone roots are, just as Steve Jobs once claimed, rooted in the iPad form factor.
Google and Adidas have teamed up to present an interesting experiment in wearable tech that gives you a kind of virtual coach embedded in your shoes.
Wearable tech comes to cyclists with a heart rate monitor embedded in a helmet.
Google Glass is promising to be one of the most disruptive devices we've seen in recent memory, and now a new developer app gives the wearer a people identifier without the use of facial recognition.
USB devices have largely fallen into the category of gimmicky and often disposable gadgets, but a new invention brings innovation the category while simultaneously solving a major security problem.
NYC asked for designs for new payphones, and got an array of ideas that could make the city's streets look like something out of a sci-fi movie.