Manufacturer Pirate3D has created a 3D printer capable of extrusion based printing at a cost consumers can actually afford.
The Raspberry Pi is perfectly suited for building robots, but a new product called BrickPi is hoping to make the process easier by interfacing it with Lego Mindstorm.
Runtastic is a hugely successful app and now, the company is delving into complimentary hardware, bringing, among others, a GPS watch to the market.
The Nike Fuelband 2 wearable fitness computer is being field tested and the new model will feature 3rd-party apps, Bluetooth 4.0 and a heart rate monitor.
The Pentagon has unveiled plans to test “ray gun” technology on human-like dummies in order to see the effects of “non-lethal stimuli” on different parts of the human body.
Drones are no longer a sign of impending doom, but may in fact be helpful aids to the thirsty, thanks to new beer-dropping drones developed by Darkwing Aerials for a music festival.
An inside look at Google's campus in Mountain View, California has revealed that the company uses 7-seater “Conference Bikes” to transport people and even have mobile meetings on.
The second-generation DEV-50V binoculars are smaller, lighter, have better zoom, OLED display and can even record videos in 3D. What else can one ask from a pair of binoculars, except maybe, a lower price?
A new concept of a ‘tear and share’ flash drive has been developed that works just like a tear off note advertisement often found on cork message boards. The paper encased USB flash drive fit anywhere you can put a credit card and are made to tear off and giveaway.
Code snippets in Google Glass reveals that gesture control may play a part in how you control the new wearable tech.
Google Glass is finally on it's trial run, but if you thought being an early adopter was a way to get rich quick, think again. Google is prohibiting you lending or selling the device without their permission.
Samsung is projected to have raked in a whopping 8.98 billion dollars (U.S.) in operating profits for the second quarter. Samsung attributes the numbers to strong demand for their Galaxy line of smartphones.
Century has invented a simple lighting tool can be used to help people read books using ordinary illuminated glass.
Lenovo has launched the IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC in the US, allowing up to four people to use the 27-inch display for multimedia and games.
Sony's new Action Cam is a rugged competitor for the GoPro series of cameras. Sony just mounted one to a hexacopter and showed off it's capabilities off the coast of Japan.
The Powerocks Tarot battery is about the size of a credit card and is a real savior for those days when you forget to charge your phone.
Google has set up the Glass Collective, an investment syndicate that will provide seed funding to entrepreneurs who want to employ Glass in what could become the next big thing after smartphones and tablets.
Microsoft knows that in order to stay competitive they will need to focus their shift away from the desktop PC. As part of that plan, the software giant plans on developing a new line of 7-inch Surface tablets.
A recent court ruling in California has made it illegal to use maps on smartphones while driving. The law does exclude smartphone map usage in such cases as voice-guided or hands-free type navigation.
Sharp plans to use of their Cocorobo unit as a quasi-intelligent interactive robot that would collect user information from the internet in the same method as how it is done by personal assistant software.