Bickering isn’t abnormal but it’s often unproductive, so most people want to avoid petty fights with their partner if possible. Someday soon a smartphone app may help by predicting conflict before it occurs.
While campaigning politicians can easily live-broadcast major speeches to audiences at multiple venues, a French presidential candidate has gone one step further and is calling on his 'hologram' to help spread his message.
Facebook announced during day two of its F8 developer conference that its Building 8 hardware lab is working on technology that will one day allow you to type with your thoughts and hear through touch.
A new study has answered a question you never knew you had: If a deadly asteroid struck Earth, which one of its effects — heat, flying debris, tsunamis, wind blast, seismic shaking, or cratering — would most likely kill you?
Built in its creator's garage, the MX-Phoenix is a spider-inspired robot that uses 18 different motors to crawl over uneven ground. According to its creator, it could be used for "search and rescue" missions.
Verily Life Sciences, a subsidiary of Google parent company Alphabet, will recruit 10,000 participants for a four-year study of human physiology. It aims to gain insight into conditions like heart disease and diabetes.
Adventure photography company PolarPro unveils new accessories for getting creative with the GoPro Hero5 and splitting the frame above and below the water, while turning the DJI Mavic Pro into a capable shooter from the ground.
Athlete Intelligence expanded it line of concussion-monitoring technology with the Cue Sport Sensor, a sensor small enough to fit on a headband and versatile enough to be used in almost any athletic endeavor.