Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe believes the 2020 Tokyo Olympics would be enhanced by a concurrent skills competition between the world's top robots. Would a Robot Olympiad be a silly stunt or a major step for 21st-century technology?
Sorry, Orange. Black is the new black. A new material created by British researchers absorbs all but 0.035% of visible light.
Lyft, the pink mustache peer-to-peer ride-sharing company, has postponed its New York City Launch after being hit with a restraining order by the state attorney general.
Just like food trucks before them, American vending machines are in the midst of a re-evolution. New machines are becoming increasingly more upscale and feature nontraditional wares such as caviar, cupcakes, and burritos.
Daimler demonstrated the potential of the Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025 by driving it -- or rather, not driving it -- on the Autobahn.
Once Parking Maestro receives information about the parking restrictions, it uses your location to let you know how long it'll take for you to get back before the meter maid or tow truck shows up.
The military is working with University of Buffalo researchers to create better wireless radios using a concept that could improve civilian and commercial networks.
In Jeffrey Katzenberg's vision of the future, movies will appear exclusively on the big screen for exactly three weekends before they become widely available for all formats, from regular TVs to smartphones.
One expert predicts that "hearables" -- wireless earpieces capable of delivering all sorts of information -- could become a multibillion-dollar market by 2018.
Drones aren't just the instruments of a tyrannical government that wants to kill its own citizens. Drones have an artistic side too.
There’s a lot of hype that goes into the disruptive innovations and then there’s a froth and foam that’s associated with that.
Scaremail fights government surveillance with the power of nonsense.
An Oxford University study found that up to half of US jobs are at risk of becoming computerized in the next 20 years. Industries with greatest impact include transportation, administrative support, and, perhaps surprisingly, service.
Today's (Sept. 10) removal of Hewlett-Packard from the Dow Jones Industrial Index demonstrates how quickly advances in technology are speeding up companies' rise and fall.
After over a decade of research, biotech startup Bionym is ready to go public with Nymi, a bracelet that uses the unique electrical activity produced by the wearer's heart as identification.