Athletes no longer need to lug around a wallet full of cards and money while they exercise thanks to a new hi-tech wristband.
Researchers are experimenting with a new interface system for mobile devices that could replace the screen and even the keyboard.
An iPad might allow humans and dolphins to interact more easily but also potentially lead to a universal translator for humans.
The common system for calculating a pet's age in dog years is to multiply it by seven, but that may not really translate your pup's age into human terms.
The U.S. Air Force has created a mobile theme park of sorts that lets people experience military missions through 3-D animation and video.
Tiny, flexible sheets of electronic circuits could revolutionize medical devices from pacemakers to brain implants.
As scientists expand their knowledge of how things work, they are finding undiscovered potential in everyday objects from T-shirts to umbrellas.
Those bulky, bulletproof vests could become a thing of the past. Their replacement: Your t-shirt, that is with a special coating.
Scientists have come up with a way to make a full-page, refreshable Braille display – a feat that promises 21st century computing to the blind.
MIT researchers have found a way to produce large amounts of electricity from tiny cylinders of carbon, called carbon nanotubes.
A palm-sized fuel cell that turns water into power aims to make wall outlets a thing of the past for charging up your cell phone.
Scientists are developing next-generation technologies to make the power packs smaller, longer-lasting and more compatible with today's mobile lifestyle.