We don't know why, but there it is.
Cyberviolence, a form of vigilante "justice" in which a large group of Internet users post attacks against an individual, are increasing in South Korea.
A headband selectively stimulates receptors in forehead skin to provide visually impaired people a new view.
Soldiers in the field may carry an emergency blood supply based on their own blood, revolutionizing trauma care on the battlefield.
Persey Tours will sell you all the stuff you would expect to have after your exotic vacation: faked ticket stubs, hotel receipts and even photos to prove you were there.
CustomFlix, a division of Amazon, allows customers to choose from thousands of news clips and news shows dating back more than ten years.
A new trasformable material has been made into a beanie that turns into a helmet and a suit fit for a superhero. Now it's your turn.
K-NFB is a portable device that scans any available text and reads it back to visually impaired people.
A uniform neural net of brain cellsâ€”a brain chipâ€”has been created by a team of scientists lead by Yael Hanein of Tel Aviv University in Israel.
Designer envisions a phone that can detect and emit odors, as well as radiate colors, light and temperature from the caller's environment
New computer program takes orders, analyzes the parking lot and the rest of the operation, then tells employees what to do.
Scott Silverman, Chairman of the Board of VeriChip Corporation, has proposed implanting the company's RFID tracking tags in immigrant and guest workers.
Soft material and emergency shut-offs will be required so future robots don't hurt people. Isaac Asimov suggested as much in 1940.
Extreme solution? Perhaps no more so that getting your eyes lasered. And your glasses won't be slipping down your nose.
The military has developed Octarms to explore the interior of pipes and pick up irregularly shaped objects
The polyaniline they made can conduct electricity at ultra-cold temperatures, and duplicates traits heretofore found only in pure metallic materials.
EveR-1 is a Korean android with human-like skin, a modest vocabulary and realistic facial expressions.