The Pentagon has ordered a prototype contact lens that provides users with a wider field of vision, potentially revolutionising the way we see the world.
The growing number of tablet computers, including Apple's new iPad launched last week, are causing increasing reports of neck and shoulder injuries, according to a leading doctor in the field.
Women who use mobile phones while pregnant could end up with hyperactive children, according to a recent study.
A US teenager has won the top prize of $100,000 from the Intel Science Talent Search competition for his groundbreaking research on breast cancer, which could revolutionise treatment.
Google has launched a scientific breakthrough programme called Solve for X, where it brought together entrepreneurs, innovators and scientists from across the world to propose technological solutions to some of the world's biggest problems, like cancer and climate change.
Scientists are working on making a nano loudspeaker, which could lead to significant developments for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) medical procedures and quantum computing.
Chip giant Intel is working on a method to help renowned physicist Stephen Hawking continue to communicate, a project which could change the lives of many people.
A New York dentist has fined a customer for posting a negative review online, highlighting the underhanded nature of anti-defamation contracts and how they are being abused to ensure a company's good reputation in spite of poor treatment.
It's not unusual that technology companies try their luck in various fields within the technology market and we've seen motherboard makers doing graphics cards, notebooks and just about anything that has to do with computers. However, today we found out by chance that Pegatron has teamed up with a substrate manufacturer called Kinsus to form
Air pollution, solar flaring etc, no matter which you choose to believe, all of these share the same conclusion - the Earth is heating up. NASA has released an animation on global warming based on five-year averages. Watch it.
Powerbalance bands are a scam. This has probably been said by everyone skeptical of these bands which are marketed as possessing ‘healing’ properties. However, these words often fall on deaf ears, after all, given that prominent athletes have been spotted with one there is no way that the band can be a fake, right? If