Samsung may be working behind the scenes to make the gadgets and gizmos from Avengers: Age of Ultron a reality. The company is particularly focused on transparent displays for use in future smartphones.
Idaho-based drone startup xCraft has designed a wild new quadcopter exoskeleton that leverages all the sensor tech and computing power you already carry around with you inside your smartphone.
A French company called RoadEyesCams has released the recPOP, a new type of head-up display for your car. Acting more like an aftermarket screen than a traditional HUD, the recPOP projects information from your smartphone onto a transparent 6.2-inch display.
A Philadelphia-based startup has produced a groundbreaking new 3D printer that uses a specially engineered ink that can be combined with living cells to build living, three-dimensional tissue structures.
The Apple Watch's theorized diagnostic port is possibly a whole lot more, and carries with it great accessory potential. One such accessory will charge your Apple Watch while you wear it using a flexible lithium-ion battery.
Currently, soldiers need to to carry separate imaging systems for each function: goggles for night vision, and a special scope for thermal imaging. BAE's new RTA system fixes that.
A Texas startup called ParkiT is looking to make parking more efficient and intuitive. By integrating a real-time web monitoring interface into existing camera systems, ParkiT’s tech could allow parking operators to supervise their properties more…
Even if your mom still prefers her landline to her cellphone, you can get her some cool gadgets this Mother's Day that will make her life easier. Hey, she deserves it!
If you're eating an individually wrapped frozen meal, it's easy to count the calories you're consuming. But what about that homemade lasagna? How big is a serving? SmartPlate uses cameras and sensors to tell you the calorie count.
Thanks to a new technique developed by pair of physics professors, cops might not need a breathalyzer to tell if you're drunk anymore -- all they'd need is an infrared photo of your face.
GE is marrying the ordinary lightbulb with the Internet of Things, adding sensors to direct drivers to available spaces, give warnings in the event of a hurricane through a public-address speaker, direct first-responders, and more.
Samsung's partnering with luggage maker Samsonite to produce smart baggage that checks itself in, relays its location, and follows you around. And that's just scratching the surface.
A new report claims that Porsche is developing a new adaptive cruise control system that can hold up to .7g of lateral acceleration. Called 'InnoDrive,' the system works by measuring pavement grades and the radii of upcoming turns.