Last month, the US Navy cleared the Boeing Phantom Badger combat support vehicle for transport inside a V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft.
Sometime within the last few years, smartphones hit a wall. Make no mistake, they're still improving. But manufacturers are having to try a lot harder to make their phones stand out. Can Samsung's latest rise above the rest? Let Gizmag try to answer, as we review the new Galaxy S5.
Google’s new Camera app for Android aims to address one of the greatest advantages that big-sensor, big-pricetag DSLR cameras have over phone cameras – the ability to blur out the background and achieve a bokeh effect. Very cool.
Brooks-Range has identified an interesting way of eliminating a few tent poles on its latest tent, trading the multi-prong pole system for a tent body with integrated elastic cord. The design saves weight and hassle.
The annual Tokyo Motorcycle show is a "hands on handlebars and bums on saddles" kind of event which, as well as being a world showcase for the latest innovations from local manufacturers, aims to function as a shop window and proving ground for the millions of motorcyclists in Japan.
The search for extraterrestrial life zeroed in a bit today as NASA announced that its unmanned Kepler Space Telescope detected the most Earth-like planet yet found beyond the Solar System.
In 1989, Mazda introduced what would become the best-selling two-seater sports car of all time – the MX-5 Miata. Twenty-five years and over 940,000 sales later, Mazda has now unveiled a special 25th Anniversary Edition of the car, which we spied at this year's New York International Auto Show.
In the quest to develop better ways of sealing wounds, scientists have created adhesives inspired by porcupine quills, mussels and slugs. Not all good ideas have to come from the animal kingdom, however. Recently, researchers have had success using a solution that incorporates nanoparticles.
ESA's Sentinel-1A satellite has returned its first images of Earth from space in its second week of achieving orbit. The satellite, having been launched on Apr. 3, has only recently undergone a complicated maneuver to extend its 10 m (32 ft) solar wings and 12 m (39 ft) radar imaging array.
The Cesium 133 from Bathys Hawaii is the world's first true atomic wristwatch. Boasting an internal cesium atomic clock that's claimed to be accurate to one second over 1,000 years, the Cesium 133 is a rather expensive but utterly unique timepiece.