The Tesla founder says that opening up the firm's patents might give the electric car industry a boost. And he might be right.
The OSVehicle is a DIY car that you can customize and put together like IKEA furniture.
You'll never have to manually flip a light switch ever again.
Personal drones just got a boost thanks to a device that turns your iPhone or iPad into the ultimate remote control station.
This mini-quadcopter lets you put a video camera or LED floodlights on a what amounts to a remote-controlled robot insect.
ECHO Farm grows more than crops.
Peter Jansen, a postdoc in a lab for "Engineering Non-Traditional Sensors" at the University of Arizona, has developed (from scratch) a perfectly functional Star Trek-style Tricorder. It's packed with sensors, displays and touchpads, and it even folds up. Plus, this is just version one: version two is much more slick.
The best news of the week is that HP is NOT killing off webOS. After months of deliberation, HP announced that it will release webOS as an open source platform and will continue to be a active player in developing and support the platform. That's great news for Touchpad owners!
Despite the number of handsets running Android out there (hell, they've even got photo frames doing it now), Google doesn't seem too worried about locking horns with its own kin as it takes a shot at Apple's throne. According to...
In light of the Electronic Frontier Foundation's push to make iPhone jailbreaking legal, Apple responded with a bunch of stuff that hopefully sounded good at the time, because it comes off as goofy scaremongering. Apple's claims? Jailbreaking your iPhone "does...