Being an engineer is not just about being able to calculate and analyze. It's a whole spectrum of skills.
We have not used the net to promote the kind of peer-to-peer economy that challenged feudalism in the 1100s and 1200s.
Social scientists and health officials are concerned that their dropping survey response rates are negatively impacting research and services. Ironically, they place the blame on the proliferation of marketing surveys.
WiSee uses an existing wi-fi connection to enable people to control electronic devices like TVs or stereos with gestures...and they don't even have to be in the same room.
The fog releases into a vault and covers the intruder with invisible artificial DNA. Even if they get rid of their clothes, the DNA stays on the skin for two weeks.
University of Minnesota researchers have built a toy-sized aircraft that moves in response to wireless signals interpreted by an EEG cap.
In an effort to increase the number of riders on public transit, the city is offering $220 off the price of the bikes, which are much easier to carry on and off buses and trains.
In about 15 years we'll be able to indefinitely extend life, says futurist Ray Kurzweil in a special appearance in the electro House musician Steve Aoki's new video "Singularity."
Imaging technology has advanced to the point where a brain scan can detect a lie with up to 90 percent accuracy. That's not good enough for the courtroom...yet.
Writer Tom Chatfield says no: Despite the proliferation of mobile devices, there are still people who appreciate the transporting experience that console gaming can provide.
Researchers have launched a project that will figure out how to get the sensors we carry (or will carry) on our bodies to talk to each other, creating "cooperative interpersonal networks" that relay a wide range of data.
A German drone narrowly missing a collision with an Afghan commercial aircraft carrying 100 passengers.
Taking risks doesn’t mean being stupid. It really involves taking measured risks and really understanding how to mitigate those risks in one way or another.
While other European countries are up in arms over what they say are Google's invasions of privacy, Lithuania is using Street View to uncover and go after citizens with unreported taxable assets, such as buildings and cars.
YouTube user styropyro, aka, The DIY Laser Guy, has made a DIY lightsaber that can burn through a variety of objects.