A new iOS app tries to monitor your heart rate and breathing rate using nothing but the iPad 2's camera.
A new giant "spider" can crawl and even jump its way into dangerous places to locate hazards. Also: It's super creepy.
NASA recently tested a safer successor engine to the Saturn V J-2's; NASA also plans unmanned orbital testing of the Orion space capsule and manned deep space missions.
A new nanomaterial improves the absorption rate of solar cells across the entire visible spectrum.
Malicious hackers in Brazil have for the first time created malware that uses encrypted blocks of code to sneak around antivirus programs.
A discovery in the self-orienting properties of a titanium oxide nanostructure may allow for drastically faster charging electronic devices.
The most powerful computer in the world recently got its power bolstered, completely smashing the processing power of the next seven fastest computers combined.
After a long physical and psychological test of the human body, a group a volunteers have stepped out of their "spaceship" for the first time in 17 months.
China entered the space race this week with one of the world's only automatic docking systems. Plans are in the works for a 60-ton space station, too.
A new interactive device is bringing 3D interaction to the iPad with anamorphic transformations, opening up a whole new digital realm.
A new device lets you record interactive panoramic images on your iPhone with no advanced editing needed.
A new hexapod, MorpHex, can transform by expanding and contracting the size of its body.
The European Space Agency isolation experiment is coming to a close with only 81 days left out of 520, while breaking longest record for space mission isolation.
What's new in the land of secuirty fixes? Read on to get caught up on the latest patches.
Researchers have created the World's first glow-in-the-dark dog, and special dog food turns it on and off like a lamp (No, we're not joking).
Articles by James Mulroy