The recent triple disaster in Japan has forced many agencies to explore new and more efficient ways to respond to emergency situation. One area now set to get a much needed technological boost is the practice of live sign language message translation.
Pioneering a new form of YouTube performance he called Video Songs, musician Jack Conte recently took the wraps off one of the coolest sci-fi soundtrack mashups ever: Daft Punk's theme for Tron versus the theme from Inception.
The age of embedded artificial intelligence is upon us with the latest example being a helpful 3D guide called Mei-Chan.
Apple's AirPlay is great for sending music and video from your computer to other devices, but not so great at sending that media to your computer. AirServer changes that.
Can a "robot journalist" aka, Narrative Science — a news-writing software program — actually put together a more complete story than a real sports journalist? According to NPR, the answer is: yes it can.
The ongoing saga of Japan's triple disaster is now over a month old, but the well wishes and support from around the globe keep pouring in, and Google decided to smooth the process along.
Japan's reputation for customer service is legendary, but a new software tool aims take the country's hospitality industry to even greater heights of perfection.
As if Bluetooth earpieces weren't enough to make people think you're crazy for talking to yourself in public, a new augmented reality app for the iPhone promises to have pedestrians everywhere pointing and shooting at seemingly imaginary objects.
From the good folks at Dwango software, iPhone owners now have the ability to put their own personal rotating set of weather girls in their pocket.
Most robots rolled out today are long on futuristic aesthetics, but fall short on practicality, such is not the case with the immediately accessible Jazz telepresence and telesurveillance robot.