The Mercedes-Benz F 015 Luxury in Motion concept, just unveiled at CES 2015, is a hydrogen-powered dream car in the truest sense. We have often complained about the lack of truly far-reaching concept on
The majestic Senate majority leader suite in the U.S. Capitol was still Harry Reid’s in September when he eagerly scooched his leather chair across the Oriental rug to gaze at something that, he was told,
2.7x magnification, activated with a wink. Wearable technology offers yet another opportunity to be a creepy person: telescopic contact lenses. Unveiled at this week's AAAS meeting/conference in San
New Zealand-based Martin Aircraft Company is already taking orders for ‘world’s first practical jetpack able to be flown by a pilot or via remote control’ A mainstay of popular science fiction and futurist
Could the Martin jetpack really be a glimpse of the future? Video of the latest prototype shows a noisy machine that looks like a souped-up Flymo, although the project has come a long way in the five since
Joint Strike Rotor Moving an army is no easy task, and it’s even harder when that army wants to travel by air. Working with NASA and the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Army is developing a new fleet of helicopters
After nearly a month of time with the Apple Watch, there’s been a few moments that drew attention to the downside to having a computer strapped to one’s wrist. Brushing one’s teeth, eating, and even holding
A new device that helps the blind "see" by using their tongues has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The BrainPort V100, cleared for 250,000 profoundly blind Americans without sensitivity
Everyone’s now racing to make a hoverboard because we decided some time in the last couple of years that proving Back To The Future II prescient was the best way to highlight technological achievement.
Google and Levi’s are teaming up to create interactive clothing. At Google’s developer conference today, the Mountain View, California company showed off Project Jacquard, an experimental program within
Japanese design powerhouse MUJI has released a new water-resistant speaker for your smartphone. Though this is an entirely new design, MUJI is far from a newcomer to the world of practical audio equipment.
Sweeping sucks. Especially annoying are those last little bits between the pile you’ve swept and the pile that actually ends up in your dustpan; they’re nearly impossible to capture. A new trash can and
Open sesame, Siri August, the San Francisco-based maker of smart door locks that can be controlled from a mobile phone, said today that it’s expanding its products to include an accessory keypad for its
Altwork Station is a combination desk and chair workspace that conforms to the individual using it. The compact design–reminiscent of something out science fiction–adjusts to multiple positions, from to
They’re not the Marty McFly kicks we’ve wanted for decades. At its “Innovation for Everyone” event today in New York, Nike unveiled high-performance footwear and apparel for athletes, a fleet of items
At Beijing's auto show this week, Audi unveiled its Connected Mobility Concept, a trucklet based on the production Q3. But with this concept, the vehicle itself doesn't really matter. What's interesting
Even if you live in a metropolitan area with a first-rate transit system, if you’re not within a few blocks of a subway or bus stop, commuting can be a huge pain. You might walk a mile to get to (and a
What’s cooler than an aquarium? An underwater aquarium submerged in New York City’s East River. Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni recently won a prize at the Arch Out Loud contest with his design.
TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2016’s “wildcard” participant GeoOrbital has a different take on the electric bike. Instead of putting a motor on the bike, they put it in the wheel. This crazy idea was actually