MIT looks to nature, specifically the razor clam, to create a robot capable of digging into sand and becoming a smart anchor.
HTC's next flagship Android smartphone will come with some Lytro-style camera tricks.
Surrendering control to your car might be just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to how driverless cars will change transportation.
It's a little bit hard to tell, but you're looking at somewhere in the range of 450 kilotons of long range nuclear death.
DigitalGlobe, a company that acquires satellite imagery, has released about 300 square miles of imagery of the South China Sea, giving the public the opportunity to help search for Flight 370, which disappeared Saturday.
Sony and Panasonic are teaming up to bring the next-generation of optical disc: the Archival Disc.
Well, this'll redefine what it means to visit the red light district pretty quick.
Finally an inconspicuous way to recharge your smartphone's dying battery.
Back to the Future's auto-lacing Nikes aren't the only sneakers from the future.
The world's fastest robot has taken up a ping pong paddle in what was supposed to be a battle for the ages. Sadly though, neither competitor has come out with its head held high.