A prototype steering wheel that vibrates could tell us where to steer when we can't see.
A sports equipment maker reports it has slowly been installing its power harvesting gym equipment across the country.
Custom-built for four players and with just about every bit of gamer fruit you could want inside and out, this arcade cabinet listed on eBay for nearly $20k.
Scientists have recently discovered adding graphene oxide to water contaminated by radioactive material will make environmental clean up easier.
Pseudo-stool created in a robotic gut can replace human fecal matter used to correct imbalances in bacterial colonies in patients left devastated by an infection.
Norway is preparing to launch the world's first electric ferry in 2015. It'll take just ten minutes to charge its batteries when docked.
NASA has just announced a $17.8 million dollar deal with private spaceflight firm Bigelow Aerospace to build and attach an inflatable private module to the ISS.
The advances made in robotics will help us in countless ways to come, but some robots are built purely to entertain, and you've got to love them too.
What will happen in the future? BBC Future has decided to make some bold predictions for the next 150 years.
The original Android logos were recently released by the designer, and one can imagine Google marketing executives twitching violently over its kooky, spare parts rendering.