Jeff Bezos unveiled a robotic dragonfly on stage at Amazon’s MARS conference, and it’s a thing of beauty.
Apple’s highly anticipated augmented reality glasses might be coming your way sooner than expected, and people are understandably excited.
Rumour has it that Apple are seriously upping their game with what’s to come in the iPhone range this year.
Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates weighed in on the tech and scientific advances he believes will impact the world in 2019 and beyond.
A new AI, dubbed GPT-2, is so good at responding to prompts that it’s been deemed too dangerous to release into the world.
America is trying to convince other countries not to allow Huawei tech into 5G networks because, it claims, the gear could be used by the Chinese government for spying.
Ford has designed a bed guaranteed to keep your bed-hogging partner from straying out of “their lane”.
Tesla added some bonuses with its latest software update, including “romance mode” and “emissions testing mode”, or as it’s more commonly known – fart mode.
MIT researchers have developed a robot that can play Jenga, marking significant progress in robotic interactive perception and manipulation.
Forget the stuff that’s going to advance society, because here’s a list of the most useless inventions on show at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas.
Dubai is determined to become as futuristic as possible, with the Dubai police training crews to ride Hoversurf’s S3 2019 Hoverbike.
To help DJs perform to the best of their abilities, Pioneer has released a two-channel controller that comes with some fancy effect buttons. Check it.
Let’s assume you’re one of those peeps who promises to do your fair share of DIY around the house, but the weeks turn into months and the list keeps on lengthening.
As an adrenalin junkie, I would love to do some ‘wingsuiting’ but I would definitely choose to do so with nothing growing out of the ground standing 20ft high
There’s a chair that’s on the market that engages perfectly with your body to make it seem weightless – and it’s cheaper than a trip to space. Kinda.
What exactly goes into hacking? And no, I’m not referring to the brain work, but the actual hardware used the the men and women who take the risks, for whatever reason.
Oh no, Samsung might be in seriously hot water with their latest device. No one wants to see a phone smoking and popping on a plane.
For those who travel regularly a decent luggage set is vital, and this new option may be something that’s right up your alley.
Hauling around a million little keys is such a boggy, so here’s one way to make your life a whole stack easier. Technology man.
The idea of the hyperloop may just be a reality sooner than the doubters think, although they still have a long way to go.
Back in 2011 Apple applied to patent a futuristic cover for your iPad, and the specs are pretty cool. So will we ever see this become a reality?
When you have a little bit of cash to spare, why not create a batmobile and drive it across Europe? Hey, it’s your money after all.