From engines powered by garbage to a ray gun that zaps fat, these futuristic gadgets from movies, TV and novels were once purely the realm of science fiction, but now you can get the real thing.
Throw out that tape deck and step into the 21st century with car stereos that support MP3 playback, Bluetooth connectivity, and even streaming Pandora from an iPod or iPhone.
An upcoming generation of wireless charging solutions could eliminate charging woes and wires forever.
A national broadband plan to rope together the U.S. with blazing fast Internet speeds could change the way we work, play, and live.
With 10-gigabit Ethernet connections now bordering on reality, Rob Enderle looks at a few of the amazing doors opened by bandwidth 100 times greater than what most of us have today.
After there’s a 3D television in every living room, where do we go from there? Rob Enderle gazes deep into the future of digital entertainment.
The iPad’s color and motion capabilities have created a groundswell of interest around the so-called “living magazine.” But is putting print in motion a flash forward, or a flash in the pan?
From deodorizing light bulbs to window shades that power your home, we recognize the most overlooked, disregarded and underrated tech innovations of 2010.
We take a peek into the future to see what the smartphone of tomorrow looks like.
NASA’s Shuttles may be decommissioned by the end of 2010, but the real space race – which will include private contenders – is just heating up.
MyFord Touch in-car technology proves child’s play compared to today’s most advanced robotic cars, which take automotive tech to the next level.
Augmented reality Android and iPhone apps are just the beginning. We explore the future of augmented reality software, apps, games and more.
Augmented reality (AR) is changing the world: We take a closer look at how augmented reality apps, games, research and utilities are reshaping technology today.