The number of overweight and obese adults in the developing world has quadrupled to almost one billion since 1980, a UK think tank says.
Applications like Snapchat and Whisper are gaining popularity because they claim the rarest of digital commodities, privacy, but can they really deliver?
The wireless sensor that aims to make our emotions visible for all to see.
Neurocam is a clever idea wrapped in the weirdest wearable-tech product design possible.
Ten years ago, we boldly declared that we'd be living with phones on our wrists, data-driven goggles on our eyes and gadgets that would safety-test our food for us. Turns out, we were remarkably prescient. We even got the iPhone right. A look at life...
The fifth generation of mobile communications technology will see the end of the "cell" as the fundamental building block of communication networks.
Facebook is moving forward with a new research laboratory intended to "bring about major changes in Artificial Intelligence."
At the MIT Media Lab, the Tangible Media Group believes the future of computing is tactile. Unveiled today, the inFORM is MIT's new scrying pool for imagining the interfaces of tomorrow. Almost like a table of living clay, the inFORM is a surface tha...
Okay, where to start on this one? Simply put, Motorola has applied for a patent of a microphone with a tranceiver and power supply that is designed to be
Role-playing video games can alter our experience of reality and numb us to important real-life experiences, a new study finds. Spending time immersed as a virtual character or avatar in a role-playing video game can numb you to realizing important b...
South Korean train carriage comes complete with refrigerated meat section.
The Penguin NAVI app uses augmented reality to turn the marine birds into a GPS device.
Even though Wi-Fi is invisible, we know when it's not working. Some people have even developed a bat-like sense of guessing where the signal is strongest and moving their laptops to that specific coffee shop table. But artist and researcher Nickolay...
Steve Jobs once said that a computer is
If you've ever suffered the misfortune of forgetting a wisecrack you uttered earlier in a moment of brilliance, you might be interested in backing kapture, a new piece of wearable tech that will be soon be the subject of a Kickstarter campaign
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In what is believed to be the first human brain-to-brain interface, a researcher at the University of Washington (UW) sent a thought across campus to the brain of another researcher, thereby controlling the recipient's hand movements on a keyboard.