The Solar Electric Scooter can be charged by leaving it in bright sunlight or plugging it into a power outlet or external charger.
New software titled Cara ("Face" in Spanish) can turn any camera into an intelligent eye that analyzes and produces anonymous data on who it sees.
The future of medicine is predictive, personalized, preventative and is moving from being episodic and reactive to continuous and proactive.
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.
I hated the idea, the underlying premise of documentary filmmaking, hated it.
Certain forms of nitrogen contribute to a host of health and environmental problems. A new tool helps individuals see how their lifestyle choices fit into the larger sustainability picture.
There may be fewer of them in the future: Half of the people surveyed for a new report said they would prefer to buy their next car from a machine rather than from a human.
Extremely lightweight materials allow developers to program a robot to do almost anything a real bird can do, from dives to back flips.
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.
One of the country's leading service providers has announced plans to apply the same kinds of data access limits to its Internet customers as it does to mobile users.
The power to make living creatures is something that we humans, and quite rightly so, tend to hold sacred.
At a time when nanoparticles are literally spreading across industries, the study is the most comprehensive yet that explores the effects of certain types on the lungs.
The spread of automated license plate readers has privacy advocates concerned because although the majority of photos taken are of non-offenders, they can still be used to create individual mobility profiles.