A new breakthrough a study has shown that Second Sight's Argus II retinal implant can be used to allow the blind to see and read Braille text.
A new development will allow proud parents to take their baby-making pride to an even more obsessive new level: pre-birth 3D models of their babies.
Although the rise of virtual instruments has changed the sound and look of the music landscape, for instrumental purists there is still a way to indulge in tech-powered music advances without losing that old school feel — as long as you're okay with your bass player being a robot.
Photographer Brad Goldpaint created this breathtaking time lapse of the Earth and its sky with his video, "Within Two Worlds."
The tablet market has become crowded with dozens of devices looking to knock the iPad off its perch. So it's only natural that crazy promotions start appearing to promote some of these products, but every once in a while crazy equals awesome, as is the case with the Toshiba TabletMan.
Internet-connected devices are clearly the future of controlling everything from your home to your car, but actually getting "the Internet of things" rolling has been slow going. Now a new project looks to brighten those prospects, quite literally, with a smart light socket.
No, that photo above isn't a behind-the-scenes image from Star Trek's next Borg installment. It's a real, working headset from Motorola Solutions that is designed to offer the next phase in hands-free computing.
Wanna hear someone try to do impressions of all the first generation Pokemon characters? Why, of course you do! Fortunately, there's a video for that.
1924 was the first year for the famous Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
15-year-old Kelvin Doe lives in Sierra Leone. Electricity in his area is erratic, only turning on a handful of times each month. What can you do? Well, this very clever teen went about finding a solution and he ended up building a battery to power his family home.