With 30 successful tests under its belt and 300 pending orders, NTechlab is ready to cash in on its scarily accurate facial recognition system. It plans to make its cloud-based system and software development kit available to clients…
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University have made a possible breakthrough in understanding what makes us attractive meals for mosquitoes -- and, potentially, how “changing our flavor” could help stop it.
Vensmile is now taking pre-orders for a new miniature PC with a built-in bendable keyboard and touchpad. It's powered by an Intel "Cherry Trail" Atom processor, the same one that's packed in the upcoming Asus Transformer Mini 2-in-1 PC.
The next new member of the United Nations may be the first nation state in space and it might one day be the first line of defense against threats like asteroids and coronal mass ejections from the sun.
To expand silk's range of applications, Chinese scientists have created a superstrong version of the gossamer thread by adding single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) and graphene to the silkworm's diet.
The White House has published a new report outlining the benefits and challenges relating to artificial intelligence, from regulation of autonomous vehicles to discriminatory predictive policing tools and hiring practices.
By using two modules, one for the pet and one for the guardian, the Findster Duo GPS pet tracker operates with no fees and no telco coverage limits. The Findster Duo can also act as a virtual leash and an activity tracker.
Sure, it might not be the exact equivalent of flying to Europe and walking down the Champs-Élysées, but thanks to Google, you might be able to experience an acceptable alternative to your Paris trip. It's all thanks to…