A model which began its life as part of a video game just made its real world debut at the Detroit auto show.
Researchers at the University of California Berkeley develop material with carbon nanotubes that automatically respond to light.
It may not actually hover, but this electric skateboard will have you dreaming of hoverboards nonetheless.
Toyota's strange new four-wheeled, chariot of doom from the future is absolutely gorgeous in person.
Virgin continues supersonic flight testing of their sweet little spaceship over the California desert.
Audi's Traffic Light Assist uses a dash display to let you know how long you have until the next traffic light changes.
Sen.se’s Mother will remind you to water your plants, take your meds, get plenty of sleep, and alert you if someone breaks into your house.
Forget random alphanumeric passwords, because biometric eye scanners are ready to go mainstream.
Amazon, eat your heart out. This delivery drone drops troops and meds where the military needs them most.
We suited up to try out this new virtual reality body tracking system. Needless to say, shooting zombies with our arms has never been so much fun.