The Tesla lighter uses electromagnetic induction to create an electric arc that can be used to spark a fire, instead of an open-flame lighter. Thanks to diametrical magnetization, the Tesla lighter increases the energy output compared to…
In the 30 days since the Federal Aviation Administration began requiring drone certification, the agency says nearly 300,000 people have registered their aircraft. Registration costs just $5 and lasts for three years.
The Bicycle Autobahn is currently under construction in Germany, aiming to bridge ten Western cities and four universities. When it is completed, the roadway will stretch for 100 kilometers of exclusive cyclist access.
Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural masterpiece may be a fixture on New York City's famed Museum Mile, but now, even if you're not a Manhattanite, you can explore the Guggenheim anytime you want, thanks to the Google Cultural Institute.
Everyone's favorite astronaut Scott Kelly sent some pretty phenomenal shots of our beautiful planet from his miles-high vantage point, and as it turns out, Jonas' power was palpable even from the International Space Station.
A clever eye-tracking tech called Orbits shows us how smartwatches may be easier to use in the future. Developed by a team at Lancaster University, it works by tracking moving objects on the screen to activate functions.
Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin space company has successfully landed the same rocket twice, a feat SpaceX is yet to achieve. While Blue Origin's mission may have been less complex than SpaceX's, it still marks a major step forward for…
If you thought bonsai trees just stood around looking quaint and mystical the whole time, think again. A startup in Japan has just added some gadgetry to create the "Air Bonsai," a unique creation that causes the miniature tree to…
So much for the glory of man. Absolutely obliterating the current human record for solving a Rubik's Cube (4.904 seconds), a robot managed to crack the code to the famous puzzle in a mere 1.019 seconds.
For all those times you've wished you could just take a seat, it is my duty to inform you that the Archelis (literally, "walkable chair" in Japanese), has now been introduced, and can be purchased within a couple years.
The IARPA has awarded Harvard $28 million to study artificial intelligence and help the famed Boston institution develop "advanced machine learning algorithms by pushing the frontiers of neuroscience."