Tired of waiting in traffic? The EU thinks the solution might be "personal aerial vehicles."
Publishing information in the new CDF format allows readers to interact with your data.
A startup with plans to mine the Moon for platinum fluffs its first public flight.
Whether or not NoteSlate ever produces a real product, no barriers remain to a competitor building a tablet purpose-built for sketching and note-taking.
A new class of historian races against time to preserve our understanding of the inner workings of obsolete technologies.
And now, with a device powered only by forward osmosis, it's eco-friendly, too. The device is being tested aboard the last NASA shuttle mission.
A new project aims to create far smarter voice recognition software.
Third-wave human-computer interaction, where users engage with machines on an emotional and even physical level, saw little expression in the marketplace until a bunch of geeks jumped ship for the sex-toy industry.
If Microsoft can't build market share in tablets, it could be the end of 30 years of Redmond's dominance.
And what a wheel! The inventive drive system enables a small robot to spin and turn on a dime.