Capturing high-detail, close-up images normally requires a DSLR camera with an expensive lens, but this lens attachment makes it much more affordable.
Being first to the market is always important, and LG's voice-controlled remote control is officially out of the gate.
Scientists produced a solar cell that achieves a higher rate of energy efficiency than any that came before it, but political issues could drive up costs.
Xaxxon Technologies is developing a unique robot that operates on a notebook and connects via Internet directly to your tablet (or PC hardware) of choice.
Even though you'll need to pay for your own potato, this Portal 2-themed science kit is a great way to teach kids about evil artificial intelligence and electrolytes.
With the death of dictator Kim Jong Il, the science community highlights a reflective look at North Korea though satellite imagery.
Apparently, New Zealand fans love the Foo Fighters so much that it registers on seismic warning systems. Read on to find out what we mean.
Console gaming just seems to get more and more portable by the day, and this tablet update might finally give you a reason to permanently shelve one of your systems.
Neon-lit clothing and water sports aren't two things that generally mix, but these surfers look right at home in their Tron-like gear.
Showcasing some incredibly detailed animation and syncing, this heavy metal fan's Christmas decorations probably put the rest of the neighborhood to shame.
Rather than shell out tens to hundreds of dollars for smartphone docks, this origami design will teach you how to make them from scratch.
Picking out your favorite beverage can get a lot more high-tech, as this concept design shows how vending machines can guess what you want to drink.
Articles by Mckinley Noble