The retirement of the space shuttles leaves the future of NASA's human spaceflight program unclear.
After an earthquake or other catastrophe, collecting structural data is essential. Researchers have made sensors that can repair themselves in the event of failure, keeping that stream of crucial data coming.
A new undersea microphone from Stanford researchers can sense everything from the smallest whisper to the biggest explosion. Its inspiration? The ear of the orca.
It's a rumor, but a good one: the first phone running Android 4.0 might be the Samsung "Nexus Prime."
Announcing the first member of the lineup for Technology Review's science fiction anthology.
“After industrial, service and social robots, Lovotics introduces a new generation of robots, with the ability to love and be loved by humans”
With the shuttle's final mission next week, the private sector has some work to do.
iOnRoad warns drivers of an impending collision—but it can be a distraction itself.
Apple's ARM-based "A" chips have so far followed a fairly predictable development path: here's what's in store for the A6
As a recent patent application from Apple reveals, it's a zero-sum game between creepiness and utility when it comes to data-based friend matching.