While most of us might have dreamt of being Iron Man, James Hobson is trying to make it a reality by building his very own powered exoskeleton, and as a proof of concept, he's used the legs portion of it to lift a car.
Mitsubishi has managed to construct an antenna entirely out of seawater, tapping into the conductive properties of the salt-laden universal solvent that allows for the transmission and reception of radio-frequency waves.
Following multiple reports from around the world of the device suddenly catching fire, U.S. customs officials are finally getting tough on hoverboards, this week seizing more than 16,000 counterfeit units shipped to the country from Asia.
Japanese tech firm Kyocera has been building floating solar farms since 2014, and it's now embarking on its biggest project to date. Scheduled for completion in 2018, this latest facility will use 50,000 solar panels to power around 5,000…
A team at Google has cracked one of the longest-standing challenges in artificial intelligence and created a neural network-based AI that has defeated a professional player of the ancient Chinese board game Go.
The commercialization of space is gaining steam and a company from Texas says it wants to manufacture and attach a dedicated commercial airlock to the ISS. NASA's currently running integration testing on the proposed module.
Starry, a new company from Aereo founder Chet Kanojia, is promising to redefine broadband with a home Internet service that's competitive with cable and fiber companies. It launches this summer in Boston.
Laika Animation drops the latest trailer for its spectacular looking new fantasy adventure, Kubo and the Two Strings. The studio uses stop-motion animation mixed with CGI to create a gorgeous world in which to play.
We're powering just about everything with the sun these days, so why not throw clothes into the mix? ThermalTech is a new material trend at the intersection of fashion, technology, and eco-friendliness that harvests the energy of the sun.