When Elon Musk introduced the Tesla solar roof, he confirmed the company has a glass technology group for solar and vehicle applications. In a demonstration of roofing tiles, Tesla glass was much stronger than traditional materials.
Think Ink is a ballpoint pen and “discrete fidgeting tool,” which combines a titanium and steel pen exterior with a plethora of bendable, spinnable, and assorted other tactile elements to keep fingers happy.
Using 3D printing and local materials, Standard Products is a new take on furniture design for the digital generation, based around user customization. Watch out Ikea, this could be the future of flat-pack furniture!
Could listening to a piece of audio on your headphones, or popping on a head-up display, make you more tolerant of pain? Research coming out of the U.K.’s University of Manchester certainly suggests so.
In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on 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 stories from…
If you fancy taking hours to send messages that might otherwise take minutes, then we have the technology for you. YouTuber Mr. Volt created a fancy new rotary smartphone, with built-in memory and radio functions.
What's the 21st-century equivalent of the Gold Rush? Why, the Asteroid Rush, of course. On Thursday, asteroid mining company Planetary Resources, Inc. announced the finalization of a 25 million euro agreement to mine asteroids.
Making smart cities may be a rather dumb idea. As it turns out, in our nascent efforts to turn everything into a connected device, we've also opened ourselves up to rather terrifying hacks and attacks.
Can you guess a molecule’s smell by studying its structure? An algorithm can, according to the results of a new project that uses cutting-edge machine learning technology. Here's how it works -- and why it matters.