By ditching conventional solar panel design in favor of common construction material, the Italian company Dyaqua offers solar solutions in wood, stone, or cement. The company recently launched the product on Indiegogo.
The Naval Research Laboratory has created software to allow unmanned planes to fly for longer than previously thought possible by using algorithms to locate thermals to surf -- much like how birds glide through the air.
Scheduled to land on the surface of Mars on October 19, the European Space Agency's Schiaparelli lander lost contact with mission control mere minutes away from landing. It's currently unknown if the descent was successful.
This week the U.S. Department of Defense delivered a new, ultrapowerful telescope, capable of keeping an eye on the galactic flotsam and jetsam floating around our galaxy. And it's pretty darn powerful.
With new hardware and an international release planned, it's no wonder that the BBC has created a new seven-man foundation to continue its development. The little micro system that could is coming stateside in 2017 for the first time.
Sony aims to reinvent the dreaded Bluetooth earpiece with a fresh take in the new Xperia Ear. With a proximity sensor, accelerometer, and gyroscope, the new earpiece has high ambitions, including auto-transmitting news and weather info when…
Researchers in the U.K. are using real drones and planes to find out what kind of damage can occur in a mid-air collision. The study comes as aviation bodies in countries around the world look for ways to tackle rogue quadcopters flying…
In the years since it established a new identification system, a new report from published by Georgetown Law shows the FBI has apparently compiled a facial recognition database of roughly 117 million American adults.
The European Space Agency's joint ExoMars mission with Russia's Roscosmos is in full swing. Starting this week, the Trace Gas Orbiter and the the Schiaparelli module will begin collecting valuable environmental data about Mars.