Arduino based kit lets you build a working GSM cellphone, unlocked and contract-free.
Just weeks after the FAA gave the green light for gadget use during takeoff and landing, the FCC now wants to let people make cellphone calls in the air.
If you can put down your smartphone while driving, you probably don’t need this thing, which means that you definitely need this thing.
A new study has concluded that using a cellphone to talk while driving may not be as dangerous as previously believed.
The fancy term for the tech being used is microbial fuel cells (MFCs).
Now you can carry your phone everywhere and not get sick from it.
Will smartwatches replace smartphones in the future? If so, they'd better look like this.
One major U.K. airline has taken a quicker step into the future ahead of U.S. airlines by easing restrictions regarding gadget use on flights.
Outdoor festival fans won't be left powerless this summer, with this sleeping bag that uses body heat to charge up your tech devices.
Eesha Khare won an Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award for her work in storing energy with capacitors. We need this.