The JMB-AH is an information terminal that is specifically used to monitor seismic activity all across Japan from a home or on other places where there are a large number of people. It can provide live, real-time data, so users in Japan can have an early warning forecast of an impending earthquake.
The Influsaber is a home-use device that is designed to shoot a wide beam of ultraviolet light on a specific item to sterilize it.
Research In Motion (RIM) and Nokia Corporation have officially ended their patent dispute and have announced a settlement deal that includes RIM obtaining the rights to Nokia's WLAN patented technologies.
The New Objet 1000 from Stratasys Ltd. can create full sized models up to 40 inches wide. It is the first 3-D printer that can create with multiple high-end resins and plastics, all incorporated in the same model, printed at the same time!
The New York City based Ray Kingston Company has recently developed a new Bluetooth enabled and ankle-mounted speakers dubbed, with a rhyming poetic flair of an artist, the ‘Sneaker Speaker’.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced that some smartphone apps have been using Phone Numbers, location coordinates and other data on children without the parent or guardian’s knowledge.
Reports are saying Google and Apple are soon to purchase Kodak's Imaging Patents for around 500 million U.S. dollars.
The new Stealth WPC-525F computer is built to last. It's completely water proof and the case is strong enough to handle being run over by a truck!
A new toaster uses photo sensors to ensure that your toast never comes out burnt, and never needs to go back in to get it right.
Burglars appear to be exploiting a bug in electronic doors to gain entry into rooms, raising serious questions about the security of many hotels.
Researchers have developed a body scanning tool that can measure people for more accurate clothes ordering online.
If you grew up in the 1990s, you will remember the craze that was Tamagotchi, and those little digital lives are about to get new life thanks to a new line of products and a dedicated website from Bandai.
If the thought of a Cyberdyne Systems' Skynet takeover by cyborg robots scares you, you are not alone. Now a major human rights organization agrees and is seeking a pre-emptive ban on any future 'killer robot' technology.
Samsung is at it again and this time it is with a new type of OLED display that uses less energy. But what makes this new display screen so different is that it will be the first mass-produced display that incorporates flexible OLEDs.
The Fender guitar company, which is famous for their high-end, solid-body styled electric guitars has recently introduced a revolutionary USB enabled guitar called the Squier Stratocaster. The newly designed USB enabled instrument will offer the ability for the user to record and share tracks without any need of additional hookups.
GoPro has released a new app for Android. The app will let you control your action camera via your smartphone, making the already versatile gadget, even more so.
Google is developing a new computer interface inspired by technology seen in Star Trek, which could offer a more sophisticated alternative to Apple's Siri software.
Microsoft has developed a wrist-worn sensor that maps the movements of the user's hands, paving the way for a possibly more sophisticated form of motion control gaming, but might also be used for other everyday activities like changing TV channels.
For people that have been following the fighting between tech giants Apple and Samsung, the last few months have been kind to Apple. A few months ago, a California court in America ruled in favor of the iPhone maker and blocked Samsung from introducing some of their products into the US mobile market.
Samsung has added a self-emptying intelligent robot to its home cleaning collection, bringing us closer to a world where manual vacuuming will be a thing of the past.