South Korea is already a major player in the robotics industry, but fresh government investment worth nearly half a billion dollars represents the countries biggest ever push into the fast-growing global market.
When tying laces is too much of an effort and simple slip-on shoes are just too darn boring, Marty McFly's self-lacing Mag sneakers could be just the ticket. Someone in Hong Kong apparently thought so, as they just bid $104,000 for a pair…
Tom Sepenzis, an analyst with Northland Capital Markets, is of the opinion that a new HoloLens version will make its way to the market later in 2017 as the augmented reality market continues to fluctuate.
Justin Zastrow's Smart Cube is go-anywhere smart lock that turns any drawer or cupboard into a mini-safe. The phone-operated gadget is currently raising funds on Indiegogo, where it’s already proven to be a big hit.
A team of engineers at the University of Colorado, Boulder, are using wastewater from breweries to raise organisms, which will be used to create materials that may offer a cheaper alternative for renewable fuel cells.
The recently announced New York Crossings Project aims to discourage terrorism with an increased security presence and the state-wide installation of cutting edge facial recognition technology in bridges and tunnels.
A decade ago, clean video calling via Skype was a quantum leap for digital communication -- HoloBeam is the next step, using Microsoft's HoloLens hardware to bring your contacts directly into your living room.
In a piece published by CNN, Obama waxed lyrical, championed continued space exploration, boasted a bit about his presidency, and outlined a plan to partner with private companies to send astronauts to the Red Planet by the 2030s.