Nissan has revealed its all-new Pulsar hatchback, which will be available with a raft of active safety features and two fuel efficient engines at launch: a turbocharged 1.2-liter petrol engine and a 1.5-liter diesel motor.
Lockheed Martin, working in partnership with the AFRL and the University of Notre Dame, has conducted initial flight tests on a new aircraft laser turret that will help pave the way for HEL systems to be integrated into military aircraft.
Even with the improvements in battery life of the latest GoPros, there's always the possibility of the camera cutting out right as the action heats up. Faced with this scenario the team at Polar Pro conceived PowerPole, a pole-mount with around five GoPro batteries worth of juice packed inside.
As accustomed to the wide range of convertibles as we've become, nothing quite prepared us for the convertible motorhome, a concept that appeared at the recent Düsseldorf Caravan Salon in the form of the Skydancer 7.5 concept.
With a judging panel made up of former NASA astronauts, industry experts, space enthusiasts, and others, a competition being run by Spaceship Earth Grants (SEG) aims to give away one space flight for every 50,000 applications it receives.
Playgrounds may seem old school to some kids when compared to the latest video games, but Hybrid Play’s interactive game system turns swing sets and seesaws into controls for games running on a companion app available for iOS and Android devices.
SanDisk has announced its, and the world's, highest capacity SD memory card so far. Designed with professional videographers and photographers in mind, the 512 GB SanDisk Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I memory card couples high capacity with write speeds up to 90 MB/s and Class 3 (U3) recording speeds.
The dawn of manned commercial spaceflight received a major boost as NASA announced in a news conference today that Boeing and SpaceX have been chosen to ferry US astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS).
Although we've already told you about some of the more interesting innovations that we saw at Interbike 2014, there are still plenty of others that we've yet to share ... and you can see them here.
Incinerators can't often be described as beautiful, but a newly inaugurated incinerator in Roskilde, Denmark, is just that. The main purpose of the Energy Tower is to generate electricity and heat. At night-time, though, glowing lights can be seen beneath its perforated façade.