Turn up the music, turn down the lights, and start a movie – with the swipe of a finger. Here’s how high-tech room controls are making your next luxury hotel room classier than ever.
Google’s augmented reality (AR) glasses could open up a range of exciting, virtuous possibilities that help change the world for the better… or some of these.
While Kinect-powered gadgets seem to be a hot trend over the past six months, an Austin, Texas company has pushed beyond the Kinect and tapped into the human brain.
Researchers from the Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials at Wake Forest University have developed a cost-efficient fabric that can capture body heat and convert it into electricity. It may one day power your iPhone or laptop.
With a cut-out groove at the top of each bar of soap, Stack Soap joins your old piece of soap to ensure you never let soap go to waste.
Pro-skier Elyse Saugstad had to react quickly when she found herself caught in an avalanche at the weekend. She was saved by activating her special airbag backpack which helped to keep her close to the surface of the tumbling snow. Unfortunately her three…
While Richard Branson tinkers with his Virgin Galactic space craft in the hope of getting the space tourism industry off the ground, a Japanese construction company has said it is looking at the viability of building an elevator into space, something it says…
A new report suggests Google's augmented reality specs could be in available as early as this year, costing "around the price of current smartphones."
Taking another step closer to scanning eyeballs to target advertisements 'Minority Report' style, an advertisement placement on a busy street in London is going to scan faces to target ads by gender.
Recently on display at the Chicago Auto Show, the Army's Clandestine Extended Range Vehicle (CERV) is a green gunning machine meant to make a big impact on the battlefield while making a small impact on the environment.
The sci-fi dream of cars that drive themselves is finally becoming reality, but when will we finally be able to nap behind the wheel? We take a closer look at the promise of autonomous driving, the hurdles manufacturers have yet to clear, and find out how…
Researchers from the University of New South Wales, Purdue University and the University of Melbourne have achieved a breakthrough in computing by creating a working one-atom transistor, beating Moore's Law's prediction by eight years.
University researchers from the Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering have created an effective solution to curb credit card RFID and NFC theft, and it's as simple as pressing a button.
The Orbit is a concept washing machine that uses no water and cleans clothes with dry ice in a matter of minutes. Is it too good to be true?
Scientists at Harvard have perfected a new method for mass-manufacturing tiny "micro robots", starting with the Mobee, a robotic bee that's no bigger than a one cent coin.