If you're the kind of person who always forget to eat food before they've gone bad in your fridge, maybe all you need is a fridge compartment with ultraviolet LEDs to keep things fresh longer.
For all their technical progress, computers have a lot of trouble recognizing what things look like. At least they did until a Ph.D student at Imperial College, London, created a work-around that solved that problem.
If you're already thinking about what music you'll be listening to as you spend your summer evenings laying in the sun, Shazam has already released a list of ten songs it thinks will dominate the season.
Superman, Batman, and the rest of DC Comics' legendary superheroes will get a technological upgrade with the publisher's announcement of DC2, a new interactive digital comic format.
Disney is trying to make the digital bundle idea work better for its customers with a newly-relaunched program that will allow DVD and Blu-ray owners their choice of Amazon, iTunes or Vudu downloads after buying physical copies.
Just days before today's anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, Chinese authorities blocked the HTTPS encrypted version of Wikipedia, meaning that the only version available in the country was one that could be (and is) censored.
LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy has a new musical ambition: Building his own sound system so that clubgoers can hear music the way he intends. Oh, and he's only playing them on vinyl.
Three of the Internet's biggest companies - Google, Facebook, and Microsoft - are coming under fire in the United Kingdom over the amount of money they've donated to a charity set up to stop child pornography online.
A new combination of a robotic arm and "electronic skin" covered in hundreds of individual sensors has created a prosthetic that can not only navigate around the world, but also know when objects are nearby or how tightly to hold them when necessary.
Google knows it's summer and you probably want to look and feel good in your own skin. That's why it's added a table of nutritional data on various food items each time you search for something food-related.
Despite being widely available for just the price of a Netflix subscription, more than 100,000 people torrented the new season of "Arrested Development" on its first day of release.
The official news agency of China has announced that the country's People's Liberation Army will launch a new round of war games next month to test its military readiness. The big difference in this go-around? The inclusion of cyber warfare.
As the instructions always say, heavy machinery should not be operated while drowsy. If circumstances demand otherwise, however, at least now there's a system that will warn when the user is far too drowsy for their own - and everyone else's - good.