As humans we think linearly, but the world is changing exponentially.
Information is what we love, information is what we live by and it’s always been that way.
A Wisconsin engineer has used a schematic briefly released online earlier this month to design a working prototype with a US$1,725 3D printer and $25 worth of plastic.
'Robocop-style' glasses with facial recognition cameras will be deployed at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, making the games "one of the most protected sports events in history."
“I believe the children are our future.” Never has a more brazen tautology graced the opening line of a Top 40 song. But when Whitney Houston popularized these words in her 1986 hit, she gave voice to an orientation that seems to be in retreat today. For Douglas Rushkoff, author of a new ...
Currently, the technology known as "Active Denial" only operates from a large truck, but a report indicates that Raytheon is developing a version that police officers can use to disperse crowds.
One software developer is doing just that, via a Kickstarter campaign offering digital footprints of various sizes for as little as US$2.
New research shows that people presented with an indicator showing the strength of their password created stronger passwords that were also memorable. However, the evaluation method itself is flawed.
Amid the controversy surrounding 3D printed firearms, writer Cory Doctorow fears that the larger discussions regarding regulation of new and potentially problematic technologies will be clouded over by arguments over gun rights.
Seventeen-year-old Jennie Lamere's Twivo beat out the competitors to claim "Best in Show" at a recent TVNext hackathon.
A group of hobbyists has embarked on a project that involves inserting synthetic DNA into plants to turn them into light sources. Needless to say, environmentalists are concerned.
I feel like once filmmakers start making movies with Google Glass, there’s no end. It’s going to revolutionize documentary filmmaking – no question.
Unlike other types of paper currently on the market, this version's ultra-thin chips are embedded using a laser, making it much more versatile for banknotes and other important printed media.
Or, more specifically, an insect's compound eye: Researchers built an array of individual lenses and detectors and then bent it into a hemispherical shape. The result is a scalable system that could surpass anything found in nature.
The development of technology and social media in particular has exposed all of us much more than in the past.