Today, the US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) announced that it had successfully launched a drone from a submerged submarine.
The HTC One was one of our favorite smartphones of 2013. But what happens when you take that phone and stretch it out to gigantic proportions? Well, you get the HTC One max, one of the bigger phones you can buy today. Join Gizmag, as we put HTC's first phablet through the paces.
The 21.5-inch Acer Aspire Z3-600 portable All-in-One computer packs a Pentium quad-core processor, Harman Kardon speakers, gesture control, and a 6-cell Li-ion battery that allows for over 2.5 hours of use away from a power outlet.
Aerial drones are increasingly being considered for use as delivery vehicles, but what happens if they malfunction? Researchers have created a control algorithm that allows any quadcopter to keep flying, even if it loses multiple motors or propellers.
Like most other fabrics, silk is colored with dye. Unfortunately, the dyeing process results in wastewater laden with toxins. Now, however, scientists are developing an alternative. They're feeding dye to silkworms, which in turn are producing pre-colored silk fibers.
Inventor Chic Kelty has created a new coffee-making device that improves on the French press and pouring-over methods. Immerset uses an insulated chamber, an adjustable control valve, and a brew chamber made of impact-resistant plastic and stainless steel.
In search of weird and unique hotels in Europe, Gizmag’s Loz Blain visits a beautifully hand-carved treehouse village on the German-Polish border. The treetop hotel itself is remarkable, but as it turns out, the rest of "Culture Island" is just as amazing.
Silicon Valley startup Knightscope Inc. is developing an "Autonomous Data Machine" with the potential to perform the oftentimes monotonous task of keeping watch over property more cost effectively and comprehensively than a human security guard.
Since 2011, the UK's Agility Motors has been promising to deliver on its highly anticipated electric motorbike. The new 96.5 hp Saietta R, with its 3.9 second 0-60 mph (96 km/h) time and unique visual statement, is now set to hit US shores in 2014.
Over the past couple of months, our attention has been caught by a couple of monstrous, land/water rescue machines. Joining the list is the CAMI Amphibious Responder, which is the largest, most powerful amphibious rescue vehicle of the bunch.