In the age of digital downloading and streaming media, the DVD format may not be as dead as you might think - Although its purpose may end up changing entirely in order to survive. Can you imagine if a DVD could test for disease?
A new app built by researchers at the University of California in Santa Cruz could be a breakthrough for vision-impaired photographers - It'll literally talk them through the process.
In a recent campaign to promote waste reduction, Glad has reimagined its ForceFlex trash bags into camp tents that can be reused to clean up the campsite after music festivals finish.
Against all odds, Cody Wilson has managed to produce the world's first 3D printed gun made entirely from plastic, but he's still got some legal hurdles ahead of him.
The war for dominance in wireless charging between the Power Matters Alliance (PMA) and Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) may be drawing to a close, as Starbucks has begun to test PMA-approved charging stations in Boston.
The obsession with taking photos of you and your friends begins early. Pioneer has developed a printing service that can produce 3D holograms of ultrasound scans - paving ways for a new wave of baby photos.
Science may not have managed to create a real-life Spider-Man just yet, but it's working on the next best thing: A robot that can climb up walls simply by heating and cooling its meltible adhesive feet.
Want a more eco-minded way of charging your phone? Why not harness the power of the sun with Eton's BoostSolar phone and tablet charger?
Definitely an awesome way to order a beer while listening to your favorite band on stage, the OppiKoppi Beer Drone will send a cold one floating down from above to your GPS location.
It's space efficiency meets quirky product marketing in Diet Coke's Slender Vender vending machine, which measures approximately one foot thick and can fit in the most surprising of places.
Google Glass has officially gone mainstream. In a recent Saturday Night Live skit, a fictional tech correspondent demonstrates what it's like to take a seemingly cool tech concept and use it in real life.
Creating a way for parents to share information about the spread of illnesses within a school, the Kinsa smart thermometer taps into smartphone technology to replace the traditional thermometer.
There are some pretty extreme alarm clocks out there on the market, but this is byfar the most hardcore. This modded alarm clock will begin shredding money if you don't get out of bed in time.
Reports say that Google Glass' voice translation technology will automatically filter out all profanity. More than that, there's no way to get rid of the filter, at least not right now.
An experimental brain implant may act as an early-warning system to epileptics, warning them of seizures minutes before they happen and giving them time to prepare (and possibly medicate, heading off the seizure altogether).