A new exoskeleton is being marketed in Japan that claims to be a truly mainstream device that can be used to walk the streets and even crack a few eggs.
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.
Kickstarter success story Pebble, one of the first truly consumer-friendly smartwatches on the market, just went mainstream via a partnership with Best Buy.
One clever developer has come up with a way to replicate the experience of playing the classic game Battleship using Google Glass.
Google's regularly updated series of fun search engine "doodles" today includes a artfully conceived work of art that doubles as a game celebrating the anniversary of a famous UFO incident.
A London design student has come up with a re-imagining of one of the city's best known buildings that would turn it into a pollution busting machine.
A clever programmer has come up with the ultimate mashup of cutting-edge, consumer ready technology: a Google Glass app that controls the Tesla electric car.
A European advertising firm may have crossed the line by experimenting with a dynamic that uses a commuter's head rest, often the train window, as an advertising platform.
In what appears to be a first, Japanese researchers have used stem cell science to generate working human liver cells, a breakthrough that could lead to the end of organ donor transplants.
In what appears to be a general response to questions about the privacy issues surrounding Glass, Google has posted a new set of Frequently Asked Questions to address the public's concerns.
Google has finally responded to privacy concerns surrounding Glass voiced by congress, but this may only be the opening salvo in what could become an ongoing public debate.