The team behind the Zen thermostat believe that most competitor smart thermostats actually end up being more complicated and overloaded with features that go unused. To that end, the Zen thermostat has been designed with real simplicity in mind, in both form and function.
Scientists at the University of Edinburgh have grown a fully-functional organ inside a mouse; opening the possibility of one day manufacturing compatible organs for transplant without the need for donors.
When it comes to smartwatches, Samsung doesn't mess around. After launching the Galaxy Gear last year, it dropped three more in April and another in July. And this week, we're going to get our first look at the new Gear S. Confused? Let Gizmag lend a hand, as we compare all six Samsung Gear watches.
US-based Andrey Rudenko has built a small concrete "castle" using a large 3D printer he created himself. It offers yet another an interesting glimpse into a possible future of 3D-printed housing.
Muscle and tendon strains or tears may soon be detectable prior to injury, thanks to new algorithms developed by researchers at Washington University in St Louis.
Dell has revealed its new Alienware flagship gaming system, the Area-51 desktop computer. It features a brand new chassis design, is built around Intel's latest Extreme Edition Core i7 processors and is capable of supporting three full-sized video cards.
Midual has joined the ranks of limited-edition hyper-priced motorcycles with an ingenious redesigned boxer engine, a cast-aluminum monocoque chassis, bespoke personalization and craftsmanship and a we-come-to-you service model.
With four enclosed wheels, a transforming aerodynamic tail, a jet fighter style cockpit and a self-loading trunk, the four-to-six seater Acabion Da Vinci uses extreme aerodynamic profiling in an attempt to squeeze vastly more speed and efficiency out of its energy than any currently available car.
The weird and wonderful world of Disney may be about to get a little more weird and wonderful with the company filing three patents suggesting it may intend to deploy unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to control giant marionettes and suspend floating displays in its future theme park shows.
Using high-powered laser interferometers to determine if space-time is a quantum system made up of countless tiny bits of information, Fermilab scientists are conducting an experiment to see if the universe is "real" or a holographic 3-D illusion.