Tap. Tap, tap tap, tap. That’s the sound of modern communication. But after the first 10,000 words of the day, that can get a little strenuous. The solution is dictation, and nowadays, the software re...
M60-UCD1, a galaxy approximately 54 million light years from our solar system, has been found to contain a black hole with a mass equivalent to 21 million times that of our own sun and whose presence may suggest that such enormous black holes could be more common than previously thought.
Intel hopes to help you do away with that big tangle of USB cords. CEO Brian Krzanich says his company has been working on a wireless charging bowl that is due out by the end of the year.
There are a bunch of different companies racing to get an integrated heads-up display helmet to the market, but there's only one company that has a working HUD solution out there, for sale, right now, and it fits on just about any lid. Loz Blain spends some time with Britain's BikeHUD.
Canadian researchers have developed a chin strap capable of generating electricity from jaw movements. The team is hopeful that the strap will be able to harvest energy from common actions like eating, chewing and talking to power medical implants and wearable devices.
The iPhone 6 Plus is Apple's biggest smartphone by far, but it has quite a few rivals on the Android side of the fence. Let's compare the 6 Plus' features and specs with those of one of the top phablets of 2014, the LG G3.
A few days after Peugeot weighed in with its latest eco-friendly hybrid concept, French countryman Renault followed suit. Its all-new EOLAB Concept slashes fuel consumption in half when compared to the already efficient Peugeot 208 Hybrid 2L, requiring just 1 liter for 100 km (235 mpg) of driving .
Intel has been working on a 3D scanner small enough to fit in the bezel of even the thinnest tablets. The company aims to have the technology in tablets from 2015, with CEO Brian Krzanich telling the crowd at MakerCon in New York on Thursday that he hopes to put the technology in phones as well.
DARPA is developing an artificial spleen called a "biospleen” capable of removing pathogens from the blood via blood filtration to fight sepsis. It is designed to be both portable and rugged enough to enable widespread deployment in the field.
If you're using your bike just to go meet someone at the coffee shop, it's a hassle to have to bring along a backpack, just to carry your lock. The Seatylock presents an interesting alternative – as its name suggests, it's a bike seat that can be removed to serve as a lock.