The GoFly challenge has just announced 10 winning flying-car designs. It’s the first phase of a three-part contest, and they’re very cool.
The top 10 tech companies spend big bucks acquiring innovative startups and their brilliant technologies.
Tired of your avocados going bad? This company has developed a way to keep them fresh for four times longer.
This piece of music was beamed into back hole 1A 0620-00, about 3,457 light years away. You can listen to the six-minute song, with spoken word by Stephen Hawking, right here.
Please tell me that Internet trolls didn't just get a huge leg up.
Device uses ultrafast “frequency hopping” and data encryption to protect wireless signals from being intercepted and jammed.rn
“Sexbots” are coming. They're supposed to fill in the gap for the career focused, help undermine sex trafficking and abuse, and even curb STI rates, but are these claims true?
An effort is underway in the AI community to develop posthumous avatars that can ease the pain of mourning. Not everyone thinks this is a good idea.
His words are being beamed by satellite into a black hole about 3,457 light years away.
Millions of people will watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup this week on TVs and computers. But new technology suggests the next World Cup might be watched through 3D holograms.
A moving mural by street artist Eduardo Kobra is one of the first fruits of a revolution about to take the art world by storm.
The move comes on the heels of blue collar layoffs in October of last year, though it was a smaller number at around 700 people.
Digital Video Portraits are already beating out deepfakes for creepy cultural dominance.
Apple’s new Screen Time function will show users detailed reports on phone usage, allow users to limit access to apps, and let parents manage their kids’ screen time.
Home network Porch has created infographics that depict the most dangerous kitchen items according to the 2017 U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission's National Electronic Injury Surveillance System.
The worlds of sports and technology collide for a good international chuckle.
Drinking heavily over a long period of time has been known to cause early onset Alzheimer’s. But the forces behind this phenomenon have been a mystery, until now.
In the patent filed by Uber, it's clear that the ride company's A.I. software will use a number of data points to decide if a passenger is drunk—and how, then, to proceed.
On Monday, a relatively small South Korean cryptocurrency exchange revealed hackers had made off with about $37 million in coins, spooking markets worldwide.
Researchers now have an antibody that specifically targets cancer cells, while leaving healthy ones alone.
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To improve hiring efficiency and success, companies are starting to leverage neuroscience gaming and AI to identify and attract the best people.
Caffeine is consumed by some 90% of Americans every day, but not everyone is getting the most of its stimulating effects.
No, these kiosks at McDonald's are not because of the Fight For $15.
Microsoft is experimenting with underwater data centers that could cut cooling costs and provide faster internet connections to the billions of people who live near oceans.
Apple's privacy controls just got a big boost with iOS 12.
From Memojis to revamped and improved AR, here's the most interesting and useful new features from Apple.
Vision restoration is the main goal, but the CustomFlex Artificial Iris could also be used for cosmetic purposes.