We talked to Leap Motion CEO and co-founder Michael Buckwald yesterday who told us that Leap will be teaming up with HP as its first OEM to actually build the Leap technology into products.
Kama Sutra is confusing enough as it is, but for the sexually curious, those puzzling days are over. The book Kama Xcitra is here to help illustrate various sexual positions with the help of augmented reality.
With the same battery supplier as Boeing, Mitsubishi faces several cases of malfunctioning lithium-ion cells and halts further production until the issue is corrected. We hope this doesn't spell the end of Mitsubishi EVs.
Developers in line to receive the prototype Explorer edition of Google Glass should be getting their hands on the device very soon, with Google revealing on Monday that the high-tech eyewear is already rolling off the production line.
Fujitsu Laboratories has come up with a way to bring touch and gesture controls to real-world objects like paper through its touchscreen interface using just a low-res webcam and projector.
Italian researchers have decided to end this IKEA furniture building misery by enlisting the help of a robot assistant that can learn how to help without pre-programming needed movements.
Permission from local officials sees the construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) on Hawaii Island take another important step forward. When built, TMT will give astronomers the chance to peer into the outer reaches of the universe like never before.
It may have been slow to enter the tablet market, but it could just be that Microsoft is already building a smartwatch. A report Sunday suggested the company has been shipping in components for such a device, among them 1.5-inch touchscreens.
Step aside Dr. Dre the next big thing in headphones might just come from a 3D printer. We take a look at one designers take on the idea, complete with links to the plans.
Portland Police Bureau officer and patrol car tech overseer Garret Dow gave Digital Trends a tour of the tech that's been loaded into Portland's Ford Crown Victoria (or "Crown Vic") patrol cars.
Heineken has unveiled a new design concept at Milan Design Week to make beer bottles more socially interactive. The smart bottles will contain LED lights that illuminate during various motion gestures.
Google is pushing forward with the development of its high-tech eyewear with the announcement Wednesday of the Glass Collective, a trio of Silicon Valley investment groups willing to splash the cash to help build "the Glass ecosystem".
A new GM digital tool kit used to design the 2014 Chevrolet Impala was in part inspired by requests from professional basketball players to make the sedan more comfortable.
Science has found a new treatment for cocaine addiction: Shooting at your brain with lasers. If that seems extreme, there is a safer alternative that produces the same results, and it's one that's about to be tested on humans.