Despite a plague of reports of hardware failures and system faults, it seems at the very least that the PlayStation 4 is tornado-proof. “That’s the face of a man with homeowner’s insurance.”
Two scientists have created a thin, scalable and effective radar cloaking device which could be used to hide just about anything
Firemen in Austria have claimed to have witnessed the first ever robot suicide when a cleaning robot ‘rebelled’ against its orders and climbed onto a hotplate to end its monotonous existence.
Toyota has unveiled a new fuel-cell car which promises a long range and short refueling times, to be released in 2015.
US defense contractor Lockheed Martin has announced it has begun work on developing an unmanned, hypersonic spy plane capable of striking targets at 3,600 mph.
Following a court settlement, the popular BitTorrent website isoHunt is to be closed down and it’s owner, Gary Fung, told to pay $100 million to the Motion Picture Association of America.
Google has unveiled its plans to include users’ names, pictures and comments in ads endorsing products and businesses, in a drive towards ‘social advertisement’.
Toyota has announced several new autonomous-driving technologies, including self-driving systems for highway travel and a pedestrian avoidance system.
Microsoft has claimed that both its Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 tablets are ‘close to selling out’, via its Microsoft Developer Twitter feed.
Top-secret documents disclosed to The Guardian, have revealed that both American and British intelligence agencies have been desperately trying to crack the online anonymity network, Tor.
Improving functionality for household appliances may mean a lot of things, but for Sharp, one basic idea is to interact with them as shown by their newest refrigerator model that talks at its users.
A new technology uses solar energy to turn water into steam, which may have a major impact on sanitation in developing countries and could help with distilling contaminated water.
Japan’s NICT (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology) has developed a new system for tablets that allows it to use communication frequencies that are within the range of television broadcasting systems.
Have you ever felt like you want to momentarily sink into the awesome world of Japanese comic books (manga) ? Well, this new innovation might just do the trick for you.
A new material with the same thermal conductivity as diamond has been discovered, and may revolutionize passive cooling in electronics.
A Texas-based company has developed a new egg washer which does away with bad practices and could save the life of 90 million unborn chickens every year.
In an obvious attempt to create the T-1000 from Terminator 2, scientists have managed to shape liquid metal into various structures.
MIT has created a visualization tool called Immersion that helps you understand how the NSA figures out your relationships based on your email correspondence.
A team of scientists have discovered that graphene can aid in cooling of processors and other hot computer components to such a degree that it may extend the device’s lifespan..
An assembly 26 Republican and Democrat senators are asking for more information from the National Intelligence director, James Clapper, on the NSA’s PRISM program. These Senators are not happy with Clapper’s testimony from back in March of this year where he said that the NSA didn’t collect any data on Americans. Since that time more