When our robot servants start showing up in our living rooms, Sony would like to make sure we don't end up cleaning them as often as they clean up after us.
MIT researchers develop a ring-like wearable device that helps the blind read print or electronic displays.
Your iTunes music visualizer has nothing on this fire-based one.
You won't be able to soar through the air on spider silk shot from your wrists, but it's still pretty darn cool.
They may not look like R2-D2, but these little baubles might be our first real astromech droids.
For years, hydroelectric power has been problematic because of the damage it does to the environment. But now researchers have found that dragging salt water over graphene can create electricity, effectively changing the entire dialogue.
The Peres is a food sniffer that can detect when the food in your fridge has gone too far past its sell by date.
A new patent filing shows that Google is exploring ways to embed a camera into your eyeball with an electronic contact lens.
Gesture-based music in the style of Imogen Heap comes to your hands from Kickstarter.
The days of the game console may be limited, at least for Sony.