Porsche’s design arm, Studio F.A. Porsche, unveiled a 115-foot superyacht dubbed the Dynamiq GTT 115. Created with shipbuilder Dynamiq, the vessel is powered by two 1,650-horsepower diesel V12s, and costs $16.7 million.
The latest innovation in football safety comes from Brigham Young University in Utah, where Ph.D student Jake Merrell is leading an effort to measure football-related head injuries in real time with a smart foam.
Lockheed Martin recently showed off its ATHENA laser blaster by blowing drones out of the sky with it. The weapon may one day help protect soldiers in combat from threats that could possibly include swarms of drones.
The Kodak Moments chatbot suggests Facebook photos to print, while a similar AI-powered feature is also in the updated app. The algorithm factors elements like faces, relationships, location, and photo quality into the decision.
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.
How did Peggy Whitson manage to stay in space for so long? By taking care of her body in space the same way we manage our bodies here on Earth -- with lots of exercise. The ISS has a special astronaut gym on board.