Two Japanese companies hope to put autonomous taxis on Tokyo streets in time for the 2020 Olympics. The cars would likely be based on existing production models from a third-party manufacturer.
A new deal between Discovery and the International Olympic Committee means the BBC will no longer have Olympics TV rights from 2022 onwards. Eurosport, owned by Discovery, will broadcast the Winter and Summer Olympic Games.
Tokyo will host the 2020 Olympics, and if Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has any say in the matter, the world will see the world’s robots come together to compete for robotic supremacy.
Definitely one of the most unique ways to open a refrigerator, beer company Molson Canadian specifically designed a beer fridge that only pops open after verifying a Canadian passport.
A new Flash game titled Putin’s Olympic Game from Dutch game developer Robin Ras, protests Russian President Vladimir Putin’s anti-gay stance by putting him in the Olympics, but with a twist.
GoPro cameras have gone from a staple of amateur YouTube stars to a real tool for elite athletes, who are using them to refine their techniques at the Olympic level.
The biathlon may have originated from the hardship of life in Scandinavia, but in modern times, tech helps athletes master the sport’s unique demands.
When you race down an icy track on your back at upwards of 80 miles an hour, even the slightest design tweaks and training tips can make the difference between victory and catastrophe.
A week after raising more than $30,000 to help fund the Jamaican bobsled team’s trip to Sochi, the Dogecoin community has stepped up with nearly $7,000 in donations of the meme-themed virtual currency to help send three athletes from India to the 2014 Games.
The IOC clarified that social media use is allowed for journalists at the 2014 Winter Olympics. While you'll see plenty of Instagram images from the games, video clips will be banned.
2012 is almost over! So what better way to celebrate than to kick back and watch some of the GIFs that defined the Internet this past year?
The true winner of the London Olympics? Maybe that was Twitter, which found itself setting new records throughout the entire two week run of the XXX Summer Games.
Usain Bolt's history-making run in the men's 200-meter final on Thursday night had Twitter users hammering away on their smartphone keyboards like there was no tomorrow, setting a new tweeting record in the process.
You'd have thought Usain Bolt would've had other things on his mind seconds after becoming the first athlete in history to retain the Olympic 100 meter and 200 meter titles, but no, the charismatic character still found a moment to entertain, this time by…