Launched via Kickstarter this week, the LevitatingCUP ousts traditional coasters in favor of a device that allows cups to levitate effortlessly. The device makes use of magnets and electricity to pull off the feat.
Researchers have developed a swallowable robot capable of unfolding inside someone's stomach and then patching wounds, dislodging foreign objects, or even potentially carrying out microsurgery on soft tissue.
Why walk through an airport when you can ride? That's the idea behind Modobag, the world's first rideable travel bag. Moving at speeds up to 8 mph, the Indiegogo-funded suitcase will deliver you to your terminal in an instant.
If SoftBank and Honda's partnership pays off, the inside of the autonomous car of the future won't be a quiet, lonely place, because it may be home to the super intelligent offspring of Pepper and Asimo.
Amazon appears to have a grand plan for its Prime Air drone delivery service. A recently awarded patent suggests it's looking to turn the top of street lights, cell towers, and even church steeples into docking stations for its flying…
Disney Research has devised a method to render an actor's facial performance in 3D with a single camera. The simplified technique, which could benefit future movies and video games, works with virtually any camera, including an iPhone.
Much of Google's power usage is due to its vast data centers. Now its DeepMind AI technology is looking for ways to cut power bills while maintaining efficiency. It's already showing promise, and saving millions.
BAE Systems has developed a smart sensor which uses lasers to measure aircraft speed. BAE has already successfully trialled the system in a low-speed wind tunnel and on ground vehicles. Here's how it works.
China has a growing drone fleet, and it is going to be even bigger very soon. The Asian nation is beginning production on one of the country's largest surveillance drones -- the Xianglong "Soar Dragon."