NASA Helps LG Promote Its 4K TV
LG will be partnering with NASA to promote its new 4K OLED TV while NASA promotes its new UHD channel produced by Harmonic.
PVD+ Awakens The Force To Fly Drones Using Apple's iWatch
A team of researchers from Taiwan managed to develop a programming language that can be installed on smartwatches to control UAVs.
Google's Robot Dogs Will Not Be Used By The U.S. Marines
DARPA and Boston Dynamics have been developing robot dogs to aid the US Marine Corps.
A Microscope That Can Scan Real-Time Chemical Reactions
A group of MIT researchers have been able to develop a prototype microscope that can visualize chemical responses.
NASA Teams Up With PlayStation VR To Control Space Bots
Sony designed the Mighty Morphenaut demo for NASA to practice humanoid control in space using PlayStation consoles.
TableAir Permits Auto Desk Height Alteration
TableAir adjusts to its user's preferred working height.
Verily And J&J Are Developing Medical Robots
Verily and Johnson & Johnson team up to build a new company to be known as Verb Surgical that focuses on development of surgical robots.
The HTC Vive Gets Delayed
HTC announces that the Vive VR headset will have a delayed release in April 2016.
Hello Barbie Is Prone To 'Poodle Bugs'
OpenDNS and Bluebox Security found security flaws for the Hello Barbie app that makes it prone to Poodle.
SSDs Are Getting Cheaper Like Hard Drives
Prices for solid state drives are falling and projected to be as cheap as a hard disk drive in days to come.
Greenlight Planet Delivers Solar Lamps To Seven Million People
Solar-oriented company Greenlight Planet delivers seven million solar lamps to replace kerosene lamps all over the world.
Xandem Secures Homes Using Tomographic Tech
Xandem Home creates a movement detecting sensing web around the house for security purposes.
Salt-Based Batteries To Replace Lithium-Ion Batteries
A research from France uses sodium-ion battery technology to power up laptops in replacement to their lithium-ion battery packs.
GoTenna Keeps Mobile Phone Connections Intact
Startup company goTenna has developed a prototype device to a production-type gadget that enables users to communicate through SMS even without cellular signals available.