The man working on some of the most cutting-edge tech projects in the world is now entering the world of bioengineering by backing an effort to create edible, lab-grown beef.
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.
Poke this little gadget in your food and it'll tell you it's too salty for your health or not.
An inventor has unveiled plans to introduce an add-on to Google Glass that would give the device triple the battery life.
A promotional spot for an upcoming film shows us what the future will look like once humanoid robots become a part of maintaining human health and security.
Traditionally a company known for delivering packages, UPS has now decided to begin offering in-store 3D printing services for small businesses.
Japanese developers have devised a system of pendulums in a bid to stabilize skyscrapers during the next major earthquake.
We're about to see the first portable, handheld 3D scanner that will allow anyone to point, shoot, and transform the real world into digital constructs.
The British government plans to ban the use of Google Glass on the nation's roadways, even before it's officially announced in the country.
A new start-up has emerged to challenge the smartwatch aspirations of the big companies by introducing a device that can be controlled gestures.
Google has teamed up with Starbucks, the freelancer co-working space of choice, to offer high-speed Wi-Fi access across the cafe's 7,000 U.S. locations.