Ever wanted to see a 14-foot-high, 3D image of your face on a giant LED screen shaped like a human head? Thanks to artist Matthew Mohr's art installation based on selfies, now you can. Provided you travel to Columbus, Ohio, that is.
Getting voted best dressed is a lot harder when you're wearing the same thing as everyone else around you. Luckily, Asics is here to ensure that you never commit such a fashion faux pas again with some microwave technology.
All modern Wi-Fi networks are vulnerable to hacking, according to a new study published on Monday by researchers at KU Leuven in Belgium. Though not the end of the internet, the Wi-Fi hack means most devices should be updated ASAP.
Authorities can now be alerted to drones flying in off-limits areas as soon as the UAV tuns on using the new DJI AeroScope system. The system is already in use at two international airports but currently only recognizes DJI drones.
California has announced new regulation revisions designed to allow for the public use of self-driving cars. This will allow self-driving vehicles that have no human driver in the driver's seat to operate on public roads.
The can-tossing Cooler Cannon is back, and this time it's replaced the remote controller with an app so you can launch a beer in a single tap. It still needs funding, but could cost as little as $195 if it makes it to market.
A passenger plane collided with a drone in the skies over Quebec City in Canada in the first reported incident of its kind in the country. The plane suffered minor damage and landed safely, and no injuries were reported.
Powered only by the sun, these intrepid race teams embarked on a grueling trek through the Australian desert in the World Solar Challenge. After nearly a week, the Dutch team and their solar car 'Nuon' emerged victorious.
Interested in cutting your electricity bill or ensuring you have power in case of an outage? A solar-powered battery could help cut your electricity bills and reduce your reliance on local power companies.
Capable of changing colors and shapes, the octopus is apparently able to bear a striking resemblance to anything from a lion fish to a shrimp to an anemone. And now, humans are trying to create camouflage based on this remarkable animal.