This past week, the WNBA introduced a new piece of wearable tech to the game of basketball that could become the standard in other sports: the Ref Cam.
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.
The American Automobile Association has released a study indicating that eyes-free and hands-free in-car systems are not as safe as advertised, a finding that could potentially put the brakes on an emerging industry.
A group calling itself Lone Signal plans to use old school space program technology to send messages from people around the world into space.
Apple has finally updated iOS, and the new design will immediately make even the most beat up iPhone look almost brand new.
The Google Glass team has just posted a video showing off the impressive search capabilities of the wearable computer, but this time the focus is on fun.
Yesterday's Apple keynote revealed a stunning update to one of the company's staple machines for creative artists, the Mac Pro.
A software company out of Israel has come up with a gesture controller that offers a seamless way to control 3D objects on your computer, like Google Earth, with your existing webcam.
Soviet space program pioneer volunteers to become one of the first people on Mars, after 50 years away from space.
A restaurant in the U.K. has decided to replace some of its waiters with flying robots.
The annual Maker Faire offers yet another unlikely creation, this time an oddly designed pod vehicle that looks like something from an alien invasion movie.