The Inti C14 solar charging controller from Thornwave Labs is a tiny device that delivers plenty of power. The gadget is capable of putting out 400w of energy, which is enough to power an LCD television or mini-fridge at your campsite.
French startup Newwind has a different take on generating wind energy. Instead of huge wind farms, Newwind creates wind turbine '"trees" for urban use. The Wind Trees use small leaf turbines that can generate energy from wind…
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John Glenn, the first American astronaut to orbit the Earth has passed away at the age of 95. Glenn was the last survivor of the original Mercury 7 astronauts, the group chosen by NASA in 1959 as its first crew to travel into space.
Those big brown eyes of your child's favorite teddy bear may not be as innocuous as they seem. That, at least, is the charge being levied by a number of privacy groups, who believe connected toys could be spying on kids.
A rare and fully operational Enigma Machine was auctioned off for a record price of $463,500 yesterday at Bonhams History of Science and Technology Sale. The sale surpassed the previous record of $350,000, which was set in 2015.
A graphic designer diagnosed with Parkinson's disease at 29 has regained the ability to draw and write thanks to a wearable device designed by Haiyan Zhang, Microsoft Research Cambridge's innovation director.
Light said on Wednesday its revolutionary L16 camera should go into mass production "early in the second quarter of 2017," with shipping starting soon after. The new date signifies another delay, though hopefully this will be the…