Auto enthusiasts are well familiar with the concept of regenerative braking, but now electricity-generating shocks may soon find their way to consumer cars. That's what Levant Power and ZF are hoping,
The Pentagon wants a flying car, and one company says it's ready to deliver. Here's a look at one of the latest out-there military concepts: an armored, armed, airborne Humvee. Who needs a flying car?
FLIR, a major manufacturer of infrared sensors, introduces a prototype camera small enough to go into your smartphone. Will your next phone be capable of thermal imaging? Put away those night-vision goggles.
Wireless power. It’s less sci-fi sounding than it once was, thanks to induction charging like that based on the Qi standard, but that’s still a tech that essentially requires contact, if not incredibly
South Korea has switched on a road which can recharge electric vehicles as they drive over it. The project's developer says the 12km (7.5 miles) route is the first of its kind in the world. It means vehicles
The airliner of the future may feel very alien to our fuel-guzzling planes, at least if one ambitious quest to build the Prius of the skies is anything to go by. How would you feel about flying on an airliner?
(Kzenon/Shutterstock) Australian researches claim to have created an electrolyte-charged ale three times more hydrating than normal beer August 20, 2013 9:04pm (UTC) Australia's ex-prime minister once
Redox Power Plans To Roll Out Dishwasher-Sized Fuel Cells That Cost 90% Less Than Currently Available Fuel Cells
Redox Power Systems, a Fulton, MD-based start-up company founded last year, sealed the deal on a partnership with researchers at the University of Maryland to commercialize a potentially game-changing