The Toyota Supra was no slouch in its time, but a newly-built drag racing version of the car has been taken to a new extreme. The Ekanoo Racing Outlaw Supra covered a quarter mile (0.4 km) in 6.05 seconds. The time was a New Import World Record in the Outlaw 6-Cylinder category.
CERN is digitizing over 50 years of old photographs. However, the researchers say they can’t work out what some photos depict. If you know your Large Hadron Collider from your Low Energy Antiproton Ring, then be sure to read on and lend a hand ...
Facebook has been bringing existing social groups together online for over 10 years, and has so far shied away from user anonymity. Its new app is the very opposite. Rooms harks back to the golden age of internet forums, connecting people based on interest and allowing them to post using aliases.
Smartbulbs have improved a lot in the past couple of years, partly thanks to LED technology, and it is now a must-have upgrade for any tech-savvy home. Take the ilumi A21 as an example — you control i...
Californian inventor Dezso Molnar is trying to give the flying motorcycle segment a kick in the pants. He's well into the development of his next-generation G2 bike, which has been clocked at 138mph on land. Molnar is hoping to start a flying vehicle race series.
The iPad Air 2 is the best iPad yet (as the latest iPad always should be), but how does it compare to one of the leading laptop/tablet hybrids? Read on, as Gizmag compares the iPad Air 2 to Microsoft's Surface Pro 3.
Xenex has created protocols that conform to those of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for its a line of robots that use UV lamps that to decontaminate hospital rooms and protective clothing exposed to the Ebola virus.
Ever thought about how sound could be used to bring a whole new level of automation? The Ear-IT project has been monitoring acoustics in the Spanish city of Santander, and says the results could improve lives of its residents in ways ranging from improved traffic flow to energy savings in the home.
In 2010, Darek Fidyka was paralyzed from the chest down as a result of a knife attack that left an 8 mm gap in his spinal column. Now surgeons have given Fidyka the ability to walk again thanks to a new procedure using transplanted cells from his olfactory bulbs.
Scientists at the University of Cincinnati and the US Air Force Research Laboratory are developing a system in which a Band-Aid-like skin patch is able to gather and transmit medical data in almost real time, by analyzing the patient's sweat ... and you just need a smartphone to read it.