Throughout history, the pursuit of technology to help us work harder, faster and more safely has led to some truly incredible inventions that have changed the world we live in — from the ancient tools first used by our ancestors to 21st-century breakthroughs such as bionic eyes and artificial intelligence. Our expert writers and editors address the groundbreaking developments in robotics, quantum computing and much more with the latest future technology news, articles and features.
Deal The Canon EOS R5 is one of the best wildlife cameras out there, and you can get it for under $3,000 at Walmart right now.
The Luft Pinoy is an electric minivan combined with a hydrogen-powered eVTOL system to create a flying car that's practical for island-hopping.
Deal The Sony A7 III stands out among its competitors for offering professional results at incredible value for money — and now you can get hundreds off it with a Walmart deal.
The T-Flight is a maglev train that hit a record-breaking speed of 387 mph on a short test track — but engineers want to double that rate so the train can carry passengers at speeds faster than if they were traveling by plane.
Scientists used "knowledge distillation" to condense Stable Diffusion XL into a much leaner, more efficient AI image generation model that can run on low-cost hardware.
A new technique in quantum storage that operates at room temperature could pave the way for a quantum internet.
Say goodbye to earbuds that break down and create fuzz. New ultrasonic audio chip could lead to digital headphones with better noise-cancelling and spatial audio.
Qubits are normally made from superconducting metals and need to be cooled to near absolute zero to avoid collapsing. But scientists just built an error-free "logical qubit" from a single laser pulse — and it works at room temperature.
AI chatbots can't remember things well. However, scientists might have fixed AI's critical short-term memory issue, while OpenAI is also beginning to roll out long-term memory for ChatGPT.
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