At this point, it seems pretty well accepted that multi-tasking while driving often leads to disaster. But new technology from touchscreen maker Synaptics and supplier Valeo is looking to shake things up with a touchscreen that shakes…
This week, scientists from Harvard University unveiled a new 4D printing process which manufactures objects capable of changing shape when submerged in water. The process uses a hydrogel composite filled with fibers of cellulose.
Robots aren't exactly known for their delicate touch, but soon, the stereotype of the non-gentle machine may change. Scientists say they have managed to develop a robot with "a new soft gripper" that uses electroadhesion.
A team of Stanford researchers has proven Cambridge and Stephen Colbert wrong with Gecko Gloves. The demonstration shows a human scaling a vertical wall, proving once and for all that Spider-Man's powers are definitely possible.
Still brushing itself down following its highly damaging doping scandal of recent years, the sport of professional cycling has just ridden straight into another mess that the sport's governing body is describing as "technological doping."
We wondered how long it'd take for a company to respond to the issue of exploding hoverboards. First up is an Australian firm with its "Hovervault" fire-resistant bag designed to prevent flames taking hold should your board suddenly…
The first tidal generator is being tested off the coast of Pembrokeshire, Wales. When fully operational, a system of nine DeltaStream turbines are expected to generate enough energy to power 10,000 Welsh homes.