New Zealand would just be the peak of a much larger underwater land mass. Who knew that finding hidden continents was a trend? Researchers now say they've confirmed the existence of Zealandia, a giant
You only need a little cash and and an eagerness to learn. As sweet as it might be to dream of making your own Internet of Things device, there's one big problem: keeping it online at all times. How do
"Thank you for waiting, everyone." That's how Nintendo capped the new trailer today for Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem, a Wii U game it's developing with Japanese publisher Atlus, announced back in 2013.
Until recently, electric superchargers may as well have been perpetual motion machines. Thanks to motorsport and advancement in power storage technologies, they're now close to hitting the road. (Photo
There are more than a couple of reasons why 3D printing hasn't truly hit critical mass, and the team at M3D thinks it's sidestepped them with The Micro, its $200 - $300 3D printer. The Micro is hitting
What if you could put a shield around your city to prevent it from being demolished in an earthquake? A group of French scientists think they've created a way to do just that, thanks to refraction (essentially
Yahoo's reportedly planning to launch a web video platform in the next few months, and it intends to fill it with familiar faces and professionally made clips. How? By poaching some of YouTube's biggest
3D printers come in many forms, big, small, oblong, plastic, or metal. It seems that for every personality, there's a printer. These two printers, showcased at the New York 3D Printshow, represent two
Solar power just hit the big time in the US -- BrightSource Energy has confirmed that the world's largest solar thermal plant, the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System in California, is up and running.
Conan O'Brien as Microsoft CEO? Though Satya Nadella beat him out for the job, the late-night comedian is convinced he could bring the company back to greatness. In a LinkedIn post on Tuesday, O'Brien,
View 3 Photos The Koenigsegg Agera R is about to become more insane than ever. The Swedish supercar-maker is teasing the hot new Koenigsegg Agera One: 1 ahead of its Geneva debut, and Koenigsegg promises
The great turbocharger vs supercharger debate has raged for ages, splitting the choice of forced induction between two philosophically opposed setups: the former offering a revvier, higher-strung sort
To Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing, Motorola is a "treasure," and will be treated as such. "It's our treasure," Yang said during a conference call with reporters Wednesday. "We plan to not only protect the Motorola
NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden has been nominated for the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. Two members of Norway's parliament put forward the nomination, saying Snowden has made "a critical contribution" to
It's tough to build solar cells that capture both heat and light -- most of these multi-talented devices can't trap more than one percent of the energy they receive. However, MIT has just blown past that
Those clever guys and gals at DoubleTwist have been freeing music from iTunes' grasp for years, so we suppose it was only a matter of time before they figured out how to do the same with songs played iTunes
It's not even financials season yet, but Nintendo is trying to lower expectations in advance. In a statement today, it's announced that it's reassessed unit sales for its flagship Wii U console, shaving
Like this, but longer. And luxurious-er. Maybach is back! Sort of. Our sources in Stuttgart have confirmed that the badge most recently applied to Daimler’s astronomically expensive luxury sedans will
So, it turns out that people really like paper airplanes, and by that we don't mean the M.I.A. song, although that's pretty neat too. No, we're talking about PowerUp's Bluetooth propellor kit for paper
Sliced apples that never cease looking fresh: that's the promise from a Canadian company behind new apples that have been genetically engineered to retain their alluring color even after being cut open.
A recent stroke left one 40-year-old woman with some unusual symptoms. One morning, a kindergarten teacher was about to take attendance for her class when she realized she couldn't read the paper in her
It's not very often that a light switch really catches Engadget's eye, so you know it has to be something clever to show up on our virtual pages. This particular lightbulb activation device (as demonstrated
View 12 Photos BMW's reign as the best-selling luxury brand in the U.S. has ended, as Mercedes-Benz has claimed that title for 2013. Mercedes-Benz sales, not including Sprinter or Smart, totaled 312,534