Although much of the tech community has expressed excitement for Google Glass, one particularly prominent luminary, Twitter's Jack Dorsey, doesn't seem convinced.
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 group of roboticists have developed a new kind of robotic arm that can actually use an artificial sense of touch to navigate complicated situations.
The dreams of Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic to get into the commercial space business just took a giant leap forward with today's successful test of its flagship spacecraft.
Microsoft comes up with a number of ideas to promote its products, but never has the company raised the bar so high in terms of taking a funny poke at its competitors.
Toyota is well known for rolling out interesting concept vehicles, but its latest unveiling actually allows the driver to customize the look of the car.
Japan's Active Lab has unveiled a new kind of fashion tool that allows shoppers to try on garments without ever touching a stitch of clothing.
A new study indicates that humans can and do feel empathy for robots in much the same way as they might for other, living beings.
A new hack of the gesture-controller known as Leap Motion allows one user to take us on a stunning trip through the world of Google Street View.
The are many ways to pop the question to the one you love, but a little robotic assistance always helps, as one bride-to-be found out recently when a drone delivered her engagement ring.
Bruce Sterling, science fiction author and professional futurist, has finally gotten his hands on Google Glass and his description of the device is true to his sci-fi roots.