Researchers in Hong Kong have developed a nano-coating that cleans fabric when exposed to light
Many hands make light work, right? Well, MIT researchers have created a wrist-worn robot with a couple extra digits
A prototype system of an iPhone app and location beacons launched at San Francisco International Airport
The GoTenna smartphone accessory uses short-wave radio signals to send messages, no cell tower necessary
GE researchers are developing a system that calculates the exact calories in food using microwaves
Motorola and VivaLnk release an electronic sticker that replaces your passcode
The E-Fan 2.0 is the first step on the road to all-electric and hybrid flight
New algorithms from MIT researchers keep gridlock at bay by predicting traffic before it starts
Orange Maker's Helios One prints in a spiral, as opposed to layer by layer, making the entire process more efficient
The special effects team behind Gollum and King Kong took on its most-challenging feat yet: animating 2,000 apes in a real forest
A pair of Washington researchers could be first to implant an electronic sensor—designed to give real-time analysis of the disease—directly into the eye
Spire, a clip-on Bluetooth device available this fall, keeps tabs on stress by monitoring how you breathe
Polish researchers say they have developed a method to check blood alcohol levels through car windows
Pocket Avatars, an app developed through Intel Labs, uses sophisticated facial-tracking to map your emotions and send them to your friends.
The World Cup has its own system. But new technology could help spot the pigskin through a 10-lineman pileup on the gridiron.
A physical-to-digital game sets allows kids (and adults) to bring real-life creations to apps
Ford and Heinz want to replace barrels of petroleum used in manufacturing with buckets of tomato skins
Georgia Tech engineers have developed a sensor that could save billions in lost crops
A chip the size of a TicTac can project images, in 2D or 3D, from everyday objects.
A new system developed by a team from Stanford and MIT takes excess heat and turns it into electricity.
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