The machines are coming – to tell us what’s in and out of fashion. A group of researchers from National Taiwan University and the University of Rochester have developed a machine vision system that can identify fashion trends and how they evolve over time.
Ever had sushi delivered to you by a high-speed conveyor belt, or a 22-course meal accompanied by a high-end audio and video system? If not, then book a table at one of these tech-centric eateries.
A recent YouTube video shows a truly fascinating (if not terrifying) display of ant behavior, in which the small insects suddenly abandon their previously haphazard motion to march in a circle around a ringing iPhone.
Thanks to researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, there is a new kind of self-healing plastic, inspired by the teeth of squids, which may one day be used in medical devices or in deep sea cables.
Researchers from the Queensland University of Technology have developed an underwater vehicle capable of destroying the Crown-of-thorns starfish that are literally devouring Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
LG Display's CEO, Dr. Sang-Beom Han painted a future of flexible, transparent, wafer thin OLED displays in the opening keynote of IFA in Berlin. There were also some prototypes on show.
External hard drives and USB flash drives are everywhere, and most are built to serve their purpose as cheaply as possible. Brinell, however, is turning these common devices into a fashion accessory.
TomTom has announced the Trucker 5000, a navigation unit designed specifically with big rigs in mind. While it can also be used in a standard car, the Trucker 5000 chooses routes optimized for heavy vehicles.
German appliance maker Bosch revealed new lineups of sensor-laden cooktops, fridges with cameras, bacteria-fighting washers, a revamped app for Android and iOS, and more at IFA 2015 in Berlin.
Google’s first foray into networking brings big features, high-end hardware, and a new app. Can it compete with other routers in its tax bracket?
Instead of using costly fuel to accelerate a spacecraft toward a comet or an asteroid, Ono's proposed system would use a reusable tether system that would capture the comet.
If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the arrival of BB-8 ever since the adorable little droid from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, we’ve got good news for you -- Disney has partnered up with Sphero to make the droid a reality, and it goes on sale tonight at…
During its 18-hour live web event, Disney unveiled plans to sell remote-controlled Millennium Falcon and X-Wing drones starting Friday, September 4.
A team of scientists from the University of California, Los Angeles developed a robotic exoskeleton and spinal stimulation technique that'll help paralyzed people walk with some assistance.
Don Coolidge, the CEO and co-founder of Elemental Path and creator of CogniToys, firmly believes that the toy industry should forgo gender labels to ensure that children feel the freedom to choose toys regardless of gender stereotypes.
Samsung used its much-anticipated presentation at IFA on Thursday to unveil a slew of new devices for the connected home. First up was a refreshed Hub with a more powerful processor enabling video monitoring and improved performance.
India is preparing to begin one of the most extensive streetlight retrofits in the world that'll install LED light bulbs in 20 million streetlights across the country.
Even though there have already been digital stethoscopes, Eko Devices's Core add-on might be the one with the most promise, facilitating low-cost, high-quality care and much more. Read on to learn more.
In partnership with the U.S. Tennis Association, IBM has catapulted sports into the digital age, leveraging its data capabilities with even more impressive analytics to create a truly state of the art for fans, coaches, and players alike.
With a lightweight design, built-in shock absorbers, 5,200 watts of peak power, and a top speed of 50 miles per hour; Stealth Electric bikes effectively blur the line between mountain bike and electric motorcycle.
Inventor Robert Bigler decided to join in on the hoverboard revolution by unveiling his latest personal mobility vehicle, a one-wheel electric skateboard.
The U.S. Department of Energy is building a 3.2-gigapixel camera for the upcoming Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST). The camera will capture stunning high-resolution images of the southern sky from its Chilean location.
Arx Pax is working with NASA to bring its hover engine technology to space where it will capture miniature satellites using a magnetic tractor beam.
Acer launched a new Windows 10 smartphone at IFA in Berlin called the Jade Primo that can turn into a PC with the Windows 10 Continuum feature. The release date is unknown at the moment.
How's this for motivation on your nightly run? Your safety light will stay lit, as long as you keep moving. Such is the concept behind Million Mile Light, a Kickstarter project "that's powered by motion & engineered to never give up."
Medical startup CheckCap has an innovative idea to detect colon cancer. Rather than a colonoscopy, Check-Cap uses a pill that's swallowed and travels gently through the colon providing images as it moves along.
Ultra-low power wearable technology is about to get very interesting thanks to a new wireless transmission system that uses your body’s natural magnetic waves to carry a data signal across devices. The technology is being developed by a team of…
A recent study from two environmental scientists suggests the industrial chemical PFOA, a component used in the manufacturing of Teflon, is a much more serious contaminant than previously thought.