Bitcoin vending machine manufacturer Lamassu announced today the launch of the first known Bitcoin sales kiosk operating in the United States. But you'll have to go to a cigar bar in New Mexico to use it.
Freshly launched on Kickstarter, Flyfit is an innovative new fitness tracker that more accurately measures your activity by tracking motion from your ankle. Read on to learn more here.
Robots may think they can take over the world, but a lousy performance against Ping-Pong pro Timo Boll in Shanghai next month by an industrial robot called Agilus could set their quest back years.
Philips has unveiled an 'intelligent lighting system' similar to Apple's iBeacon technology that communicates with a shopper's smartphone as they make their way through a store, offering directions to items, special offers, and more.
Ideal for anyone that tends to forget to grab their phone on the way out the door, the Bringrr is a Bluetooth-enabled gadget that triggers an audio alert if you start the car without your smartphone nearby.
Chinese auto-parts giant Wanxiang acquired the remains of bankrupt green-car startup Fisker Automotive at public auction, with a winning bid of $149.2 million. Does this mean Fisker production will restart?
If you're a prolific snapper of selfies whose attempts at self-portraiture often leave you feeling frustrated and disappointed, the HISY remote shutter may be able to help you out.
Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
FilmOn has created a new way for users to access network broadcasts online, without the need for a physical connection to its tiny antennae. The Teleport Technology leverages a network of antennae-equipped computers, once again revolutionizing how people can…
Whether you're a regular flier or an occasional one, it's safe to say that you'd like your pilot to be able to see where he's going. Luckily the FBI feels the same way, as it's now offering cash rewards for information on laser-pointer criminals.
Though you may not have seen it coming, the idea that Google and Foxconn are reportedly in talks about helping each other out with the development of robotics-related technologies obviously makes a certain amount of sense.
Definitely one of the most unique ways to open a refrigerator, beer company Molson Canadian specifically designed a beer fridge that only pops open after verifying a Canadian passport.
Sony has a new strategy to let people know just how waterproof its W Walkman headphone/MP3 players are. Instead of slapping a waterproof logo on the side of a traditional box, the company is selling the devices dunked in a bottle of water. Check out the video…
It's got the tallest building in the world and the biggest shopping mall, and now it wants to be the first government to deliver official documents to citizens by drone. The UAE will test the service in Dubai, with a wider roll out expected in the next year.
A tainted app for Mac OS X can steal Bitcoins from you if you install it. Here's what you need to know so you can ensure that you don't come in contact with it. Read on to learn more.