Startup Thin Ice estimates its wearable vest can burn up to 500-1,000 calories per day simply by wearing it, using a patent-pending cooling technology. We got the skinny on how this so-called fat-trimming gizmo actually works.
Amazon's Echo was a major development in virtual assistants, but Google is striking back with the Google Home. How does this new device stack up against the reigning king? We examine the info revealed thus far.
We may have to wait for high-tech renovations to come to the subways of New York City, but the bus of the future is here already. On Tuesday, the MTA debuted its new line of tech-forward buses, featuring Wi-Fi and USB ports
Summize, the scanning app for iOS that summarizes textbook text, has returned with improved tools and a new look. The app now uses a freemium model, charging $2 a month or $14 a year for unlimited scans.
Thinking small, the Tangible Media Group at MIT's Media Lab bucked the trend that bigger is better, using their 3D printing skills to produce a micro-pillar hair they call Cilllia. The 50-um hair can detect changes in the environment and…
Konami teamed up with a leading prosthetics designer to design and create a working prosthetic arm inspired by Metal Gear Solid for an amputee gamer who was involved in a horrific railway accident in London four years ago.
If you're ever unlucky enough to be hit by one of Google's self-driving cars, you could find yourself stuck to the hood. The company is apparently exploring the idea of a 'sticky car' as a safety feature to prevent additional injuries.
Google I/O is almost upon us, and you can be sure to see more details on the upcoming version of Android N, Android VR, an Amazon Echo competitor, and more. The keynote begins at 10 a.m. P.T. on May 18 and will feature CEO Sundar Pichai.
To be quite honest, devices like this are a dime a dozen these days, but as the newest kid on the Bluetooth item finder block, TrackR Bravo boasts a slew of cool features that you won't find anywhere else.