In 1964 Isaac Asimov imagined what 2014 would be like. So close!
If you ever wanted a greeting card with a difference, check out the upcoming augmented reality Gizmo cards.
An eye tracking system on show at Computex in Taipei, might be the answer to creating safer roads. It uses a small camera mounted on the dashboard to monitor the driver for unsafe actions.
Japan's public broadcaster opened the doors to its research center in Tokyo
Researchers create an iPhone biosensor cradle that could give doctors a cheaper, portable medical testing machine.
We may not have the fancy gadgets of Star Trek: Into Darkness, but we've already surpassed much of the tech in the original series.
The Solar Impulse requires no fuel and is attempting to fly from Silicon Valley to New York.
Just as you have multiple papers on your desk, a project called Paper Tab at the CHI conference in Paris has multiple, networked e-paper displays.
Using a laser pointer as a knife, a project at the Computer Human Interaction conference lets users make custom creations out of wood and plastic without spending hours designing.
The Computer Human Interaction conference in Paris this week is offering a glimpse into the future of how we’ll all one day interact with machines.
At the Palo Alto Research Center in Silicon Valley, researchers are developing better solar panels and batteries.
What if you could borrow a laptop to use for just one class? A new vending machine at Drexel University could let you do just that.
If you don’t want to shell out the cash for your own 3D printer, use Sculpteo to create and print your own iPhone case instead.
While I might find it difficult to find a good Chinese restaurant with my iPhone, researchers at the University of Sydney want to turn that little gadget you keep in your pocket into a portable laboratory.
Have you ever wanted to take that giant replica of Nyan Cat that you built in Minecraft and plop it down in your neighborhood? No? That’s just me? Mojang has teamed up with 13th Lab to make this dream a reality with the augmented reality iOS app Minecraft Reality.
Couples at the Tokyo Game Show tested Brain Kiss, a new iPad app that checks if their brain waves are compatible with the help of a Bluetooth headset.