What kind of hardware do you call in to help decommission an old nuclear power plant in England? If you're anything like the real-life decision makers, the answer is obvious -- a laser-wielding giant snake robot.
Have you ever spent all your time lining up your putting line, only to have the ball miss the hole? Thanks to a company based in Germany, that might be a thing of the past. What's the secret? Augmented reality.
Fighting wildfires is a dangerous business, which is why Boeing wants to give us better tools to combat them with. Utilizing drones and augmented reality headsets, it's created a futuristic fire monitoring solution that works very…
Despite its abundance, water remains a mysterious substance with a host of strange properties. A new discovery from researchers at MIT just added to the anomalies — even at high temperatures, water freezes solid when placed in tiny tubes.
In its latest effort to outdo main competitor Google Maps, Apple is reportedly making use of drones to populate its map data more efficiently and effectively than its more traditional crew of minivans is able to do.
Most people wouldn’t peg making their bed as their least favorite chore, but at least one person out there hated it so much that they sought to automate the entire process. From that, the Smartduvet was born.
A new kind of fitness wearable that doesn't depend on your wrist to help you shed those pounds -- instead, it's all about your breath. Meet the Path Breath + Fat Band, a wearable that measures your metabolic information through your breath.
India just unveiled one of the world’s largest solar power plants at a site in Kamuthi, Tamil Nadu. The nearly four-square-mile facility in southern India has a capacity of 648MW, topping the Topaz Solar Farm in California by about 100MW.