What would it take to build a holodeck? An AMD expert with over 20 years of 3D expertise makes his predictions.
Microsoft's new Envisioning Center has released a new video that offers an early peak at the cutting-edge tech it's been working on.
Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works, the same crew responsible for the original stealth fighter, say they'll have a trailer-sized fusion reactor running by 2017.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration finally greenlights Second Sights' bionic eye for implantation in patients.
10 innovations are waiting to be embraced by society as integral parts of our everyday digital life this year or next.
The makers of your favorite autonomous vacuum cleaner want to create a machine that can 3D print products without the assistance of humans.
A new material created by researchers at MIT performs a pretty handy trick: it turns small amounts of water vapor into energy.
What will happen in the future? BBC Future has decided to make some bold predictions for the next 150 years.
Although we have yet to perfect an artificial intelligence that can solidly pass the Turing Test, developers are nevertheless endeavoring to create humanoid robots that can mimic our physical attributes. A team from Switzerland aims to take this humanoid robot trend in an interesting new direction by creating a realistic robot boy.
In tech, five years is an eternity. Five years ago, it was 2007. You probably don't even remember 2007. I certainly don't: 2007 was 5,000 articles ago. IBM has a longer memory than us all, however, and based on its history, the company has five five-year predictions as to how technology will make our lives better within the next five years.