In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech…
Zika may have finally met its match in the form of a $1 paper-based test. In findings published on Friday, a consortium of researchers revealed a new system that is capable of diagnosing a Zika virus infection within a few hours.
Challenged by a professor, five Rice University engineering student have invented what they consider the perfect grilling thermometer. Seven separate temperature sensors ensure consistent cooking all the way through.
A team from Cardiff University's School of Engineering has come up with a type of "wearable" that uses microwaves to track glucose levels, eliminating the need for blood beyond the initial calibration.
Traditional six-hole billiards tables are excellent tests of talent, no doubt, but this one-hole elliptical pool table is truly a game of incredible skill. Here's how you can easily build one of these tables in just a few hours.
You may not need 3D glasses to experience holographic images for much longer. Researchers have developed a smartphone display that's both holographic and flexible. What for? Playing Angry Birds in 3D, of course.
The American Optometric Association is ready to wage war against online vision exams, with its initial target being Chicago-based startup Opternative. The AOA describes these types of services as the "corporate equivalent of snake oil…
Indian architect Anupama Kundoo has been driving the use of ferrocement for affordable housing for years and is now showing off a design for a simple house that can be built in a matter of days, and with very little technical know-how.