By taking to the sky, Makani Power's flying wind turbine delivers more green power and a lower price.
At ARPA-e summit, former Calif. governor called energy and climate scientists the real men of action.
While no one can predict the future of violent revolution, four societal factors make certain countries far more likely to go down the same road as Egypt and Tunisia.
Media companies and entertainment workers' unions have attempted to slow down progress for fear that new distribution models will cut into their profits.
Every year, while the Consumer Electronics Show displays the newest gadgets for home theaters, computing and cameras, the Adult Entertainment Expo shows off gadgets of another kind.
Apple received approval from the U.S. Patent Office on a five-year-old patent detailing how Steve Jobs and company would produce a 3-D screen
sexual predators could use a new model of Barbie doll with a built-in video camera to shoot child pornography
A new project looks to use memristors to produce viable artificial intelligence within the next couple of years.
Jon Rafman uses Google Street View pics to comment on the relationship between humanity and technology.
eTomb would preserve all the tweets, Facebook updates, blog posts, emails and various digital detritus that has come to define modern man.
Facebook will not analyze the content of any message sent over its new service, either for advertising or internal optimization purposes.
Some experts think corporations may soon begin to Photoshop product placement into personal pictures stored on social networking sites.
Using neon wires, LED lights and small motors, anyone with a modicum of technical skill can create a high-tech costume sure to stand out from the crowd of ersatz pimps and sexy cats.
A unique style of physical German board games, moving to digital platforms like the iPhone and iPad has resuscitated classic pastimes.
Bob Guccione, Sr., the publisher of OMNI and Penthouse magazines, died yesterday from cancer at the age of 79.
As Internet traffic increasingly shifts to social networking sites, a new class of malware will steal identities.
With the new CUPetHealth App, iPad and iPhone users can digitally crack their animal's food and drug intake.