The Suomi NPP satellite has created the highest-resolution map of the world's vegetation to date. Not surprisingly, there's more greenery, thanks to carbon emissions.
Two Hollywood studios have shortened the window between theatrical and home entertainment distribution to as little as three weeks, giving customers the option of seeing movies at home while they're still playing broadly in theatres.
NYU graduate student Josh Begley set out to document all U.S. drone strikes, a project that he thought might take 10 minutes. In the video below, he explains how, 5 months later, his project is still unfinished.
Researchers at Harvard and the University of Chicago used "electrochemically active ink" and a custom 3D printer to print microbatteries smaller than a single grain of sand.
A recent US Homeland Security alert calls attention to the vulnerability of pacemakers, insulin pumps, and other health equipment to malicious attacks. As devices become smaller and more efficient, more attention must be paid.
A graduate student at MIT's Media Lab has designed a system that contains a super-cheap optical chip, which could help bring holographic technology to consumers within the next five years.
Forget solar energy: This weekend Vodafone will debut its new charger, which is made out of flexible thermocouple-based fabric and a plug. The charger comes in two forms: shorts pocket and sleeping bag.
Researchers at MIT modeled the inside of a bone and used software to create a design that could be read by a 3D printer. The resulting lightweight composite could be used in several different applications.
Two manufacturers of "smart windows" have affiliated with larger companies in recent months, indicating that this technology may finally become more widespread as commercial building owners seek to reduce energy costs.
Thanks to three solar panels and a large lithium ion battery pack, the stations can capture and store enough power to charge six phones at once and have plenty to spare.
Eric Swalwell is believed to be the first Congressman to vine a vote.
Researchers at Japan's National Institute of Informatics have developed goggles that jam facial recognition systems.
Technology companies can create enormous value, but what about jobs?
It's not quite a "Star Trek" holodeck, but two junior doctors based in London have developed a way to display 3D animated graphics of body parts on an auditorium stage.
As privacy rights gain greater focus in the European Union, one group says that giving individuals the right to remove personal material from the Internet would complicate historical record-keeping.