The United States Navy has finally been delivered an industry-grade electromagnetic railgun prototype, taking weaponized combat one more step into the future.
Astronomers have discovered a relatively close planet in our galaxy, a new super-Earth that has just the right climate to support life.
German Aerospace Center's robotics division successfully created a "pitching" counterpart to their "catching" robot, capturing the results on film.
Although it's a bit smaller than a normal bicycle, this box-shaped gadget can do road trips at a whopping 35 miles per hour.
Prototype credit card-operated charging systems are currently being tested in New York bars, so you can one day free your smartphone from wall sockets.
Jailbreakers are hard at work trying to free up the PS Vita's gaming options, while this latest hack makes several PS3 games portable from the get-go.
At long last, the ambitious fan-made remake of the original Star Wars film is streaming online, watchable with nothing more than a stable Internet connection.
Although this impressively made mod project looks like a Nintendo Entertainment System on the outside, it's all PC on the inside.
Using your phone while driving is generally against the law, but this smartphone car stereo makes things a little bit easier.
If you're looking for an easy way to untether your iPhone 4S or iPad 2, an elite hacker dream team has just released Absinthe A5.
If you're a developer with access to the Windows 8 preview and an old laptop, making a test kit tablet only takes a few simple steps.
Listening to nighttime white noise or the morning radio is old hat, as audio innovator Quintron showcases a house that makes music out of weather patterns.
Projecteer Eric Calisto brings up a few new ideas to battling piracy via Kickstarter, with various (ironic) non-digital methods you can use in the real world.
Celluon introduces an expansion on their Magic Cube technology with a new iPhone case and built-in laser projection keyboard.
Experiments at Case Western Reserve University aim to harvest energy from one of nature's hardiest insects, thanks to some unique chemistry.
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