A group of Japanese companies and universities have announced plans to develop technology that would allow electric cars to charge wirelessly over long distances.
Oh, good. Cheap, tough arms for the robot masses yearning to overthrow their human overlords.
A team of researchers have created a digital camera that replicates the curved compound structure of an arthropod's eye.
Running out of trash of its own, Oslo, Norway is importing waste from around the world to heat the city.
The de Havilland Comet 1 took off on its first commercial flight from London to Johannesburg on May 2, 1952.
A new film about the rise of the e-book and e-publishing industry shines a light on how and why print is quickly fading into the past.
The world of at-home 3D printing just got a whole lot brighter.
Google has finally uploaded an official video that shows exactly how the device operates.
According to IBM, this stop-motion film (made with individual molecules of carbon monoxide) is the smallest movie that has been, or ever will be, created.
In a recent interview, the CEO of BlackBerry has made the surprising claim that tablets are not the future, a comment that could affect the future of the BlackBerry PlayBook.