Just like the recently launched Spritz app for Android, Squirt, a bookmarklet for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, lets users read the Web at up to 950 words per minute. Now you have no excuse for doing it the old fashioned way.
A Boston hospital and a Rhode Island hospital have both developed separate programs that aim to use Google Glass to revolutionize the way doctors provide patient care. It looks like computer logins and broken eye contact might be a thing of the past.
Author Gregor Weichbrodt combed through Kerouac's most famous novel and entered all the locations into Google Maps, resulting in a 55-page set of directions that you can easily follow yourself.
Similar to the design of a stealth fighter jet, this structure's unique geometry makes it practically invisible to acoustic detection methods like sonar.
The Alert Shirt is a cool piece of wearable technology, which connects to your phone using Bluetooth. It uses haptic feedback to simulate the highs and lows of being a football player.
According to NASA, there are still plenty of undiscovered asteroids hurtling through space, some of which could be coming our way. In a bid to locate them, the space agency is launching a series of contests for 'citizen scientists'.
Even though Newsweek reports that Dorian Nakamoto is Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin, Forbes commissioned an analysis that says the opposite. It doesn't look like this is the end of the story, however.
Braven's latest addition to its versatile lineup of portable speakers packs great battery life, a ton of features, and an IPX5-rated weather resistant frame for a jolt of sound anywhere you wander.
The Steth IO is an iPhone case with a difference. It can hear, visualize, and record a heart beat, turning your smartphone into a stethoscope. Impressively, it's the work of a 15 year-old high school student.
Chaotic Moon Studios has combined two terrifying things – stun guns and drones – to make the ultimate in high-flying DIY weaponry. Watch a video of the CUPID stun gun drone in action here.
Step aside Agilus, there's a new (robotic) Ping-Pong player on the block. As Kuka Robotics prepares to pit Agilus against table tennis champ Timo Boll on Tuesday, another very impressive bat-wielding bot has shown up on YouTube.
Neil Young's high-fidelity 'Pono' music player is set to land on Kickstarter this weekend. The device, when it's finally launched, will come with a $400 price tag, though audiophiles pre-ordering through the crowdfunding site will be offered a discount.
Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
What does our VR-powered video gaming future look like? Executives from Electronic Arts and Oculus VR have been answering questions on the latest capabilities of the technology at the SXSW festival.