This liquid-analyzing, fitness app-synced drinking mug could be the one cup to rule them all.
Surf's not just up, it's really up.
The World Cup started last night, but so far, it's nowhere near as exciting as World Cup In Space.
As part of the The SmartAmerica challenge, Intel utilizes the Internet of Things in San Jose to use real-time data for monitoring the city’s air quality, transportation, and more.
A group of Rice University researchers create a “forest” of nanotubes that can collect water from desert air without using any energy at all.
Another reason to get you into Starbucks.
I'll have a double pew-pew served straight up, with a twist of lime, please.
And Mark Zuckerberg wants the headset to be as cheap as possible. Yay!
Researchers are developing electrical wiring that can store power, potentially eliminating the need for batteries.
MindRider is a helmet that reads your brain while you’re biking, skateboarding, or skating, to let you know which areas of your city stress you out the most.