It's not the kind of X-ray specs you used to get at the bottom of a cereal box either. This could actually work.
Forget having to start every conversation with Siri, these robots can see you and know what you want before you ask.
This app, from the developers of Siri, uses photo recognition to get a better handle on just how many calories you're about to pound down.
A group of French scientists are looking into using acoustics to deflect earthquakes around buildings, sort of like an anti-earthquake force field.
Researchers have figured out how to turn that murky seawater surround ships and turn it into energy.
Say goodbye to missiles and hello to something even more versatile and deadly.
If you think you and your video games might have too close a relationship now, just wait until Stanford gets ahold of your controller.
When it comes to the in-flight Internet, faster is always better.
By using nanodots, Israeli startup StoreDot has created a smartphone battery that can charge in 30 seconds flat, and mass production is just two years away.
Wilson’s new app-enabled basketball has built-in sensors to record your performance on the court and tell your friends how awesome (or terrible) you are.