If you're looking for an elegant hi-tech centerpiece for your smart house, the Moon is a floating camera with a 360-degree range that can monitor your house and integrate with all your connected devices.
For Red Bull Music Academy Festival, artist Ryoji Ikeda used 100 cars to create the largest synth orchestra ever. Each car was attached to a sine wave synthesizer controlling the octave and volume the note 'A' sounds.
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 it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top tech stories from this week.
DHL is conducting trials of a new autonomous "PostBOT" robot that helps delivery workers by carrying the mail for them. It can deal with loads of up to 330 pounds and keeps close to the deliverer by tracking their legs.
One way to get more people to hear about your new wind farm is to make a video of yourself standing on top of a turbine and smashing a bottle of champagne on it, which is precisely what Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos went and did.
After decades of speculation, a team of researchers has confirmed a vast lava tube beneath the lunar surface. Geological formations like this could one day be used as a moon base to shelter astronauts.