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A Canadian inventor has gone four times farther on a hoverboard than anyone ever has before — though we don't know much more about his futuristic mode of transportation or how it works.
The Zami Smart Stool can help you improve your posture and give you real-time feedback along the way. The stool has sensors that communicate with the Zami app and send data directly to your smartphone.
Japanese engineering firm Coo Space has reportedly developed a new type of bearing that spins with up to 10 times less friction than the bearings we currently use, without the aid of grease or any other sort of lubrication.
20/20 vision may be the golden standard today, but the introduction of ahe Ocumetics Bionic Lens takes correcting vision to a whole new level, promising eyesight that is up to three times better than 20/20.
A patent filed by Google shows that stuffed toys that listen to you could soon become a reality. This technology could enable a teddy bear, for instance, to turn its head and listen to you before transmitting commands to other smart-home devices.
What could be better than a dramatic, sci-fi-style homemade propane cannon? How about one that gets modified to shoot golf balls 600 feet into the air? That's what this mad scientist has done, and it's very cool indeed.
Wearables such as the Apple Watch and Fitbit may seem like trivial toys for the wealthy, but a new contest is looking to harness the power of this technology to help the poor and underprivileged in developing nations.
A bionic breakthrough is on the horizon, and it all starts with mind control. On Wednesday, two separate announcements from two separate labs heralded the next generation in prosthetics -- a mind-controlled artificial limb.
Google is developing an OS for the Internet of Things codenamed "Brillo." This should be announced next week at Google I/O. This marks an important step in Google entering the IOT market after purchasing Nest and other companies.
Instead of using the standard lithium-ion cells that most drones rely on for power, the upcoming Hycopter drone uses hydrogen as its energy source. A working version is under development
The Focus is the first 3D printer specifically designed for easy transport. It's also compatible with an extremely wide range of materials and promises intuitive operation. For now, though, you can only snag one through Kickstarter.
We review the quirky Huawei TalkBand B2, a fitness tracker on your wrist that houses a full Bluetooth headset inside it. But do you even need this?
Google is launching shoppable ads on the YouTube ad platform, enabling potential consumers to access products they see advertised right from the video. It's called TrueView shopping and is aimed at driving higher ad retention and sales.
A new smartphone application called ‘DrivePromise by Edmunds’ is designed to help Apple Watch and iPhone owners stay focused on the road. The app was inspired by the publication’s talk with behavioral economist Dan Ariely.
Fashion house Dior has made its own virtual reality headset, called Dior Eyes, and will use them to put wearers backstage at its fashion shows. However, don't get any weird ideas, as the headset is for use in Dior boutiques only.
If you like the idea of taking a break from the incessant temptations that your smartphone presents but feel queasy at the idea of leaving home without it, then the Light Phone, which only makes and takes calls, may offer a solution.
Recently launched on Kickstarter, Kokoon is a set of app-enabled EEG headphones that can perform a wide variety of different functions -- including the potential to induce lucid dreams.
NASA wants to use its pico-sized cubesats to explore extraterrestrial worlds, and to accomplish that goal with a two-stage spacecraft weighing less than 11 pounds in total.
Rather than creating garments with a series of snap-together plastic parts, the Electroloom uses a process it calls Field Guided Fabrication to create real, fabric-based clothing from scratch
KFC customers in Germany can now eat fried chicken and keep their smartphone screens clean thanks to the Tray Typer, a reusable meal tray insert that doubles as a Bluetooth keyboard. You can bet Colonel Sanders never saw this one coming.
The Samsung POWERbot VR9000 is a versatile robot vacuum, especially thanks to its remote control. Still, it suffers from some of the same hang-ups as its ilk.
Researchers have developed a special kind of "bio-concrete" that's imbued with a specific strain of bacteria. When the concrete fractures, the bacteria will spring into action and fill the crack back up with limestone.
An experimental new extension from Google sends URLs between computers using sound, in a manner of speaking. Its application may be limited, but the effect is undeniably cool.