This is definitely from the future: a guy, using the power of his mind, literally, to control a bionic leg and climb a skyscraper in Chicago — all 103 floors.
The Department of Homeland Security is working to develop a giant plug for a giant subway tunnel.
Digital eye glasses like Google’s Project Glass, and my earlier Digital Eye Glass, will transform society because they introduce a two-sided surveillance and sousveillance. Here is some history and my future predictions.
Researchers tied to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology say they’ve figured out how to double smartphone battery life, and the breakthrough has nothing to do with the battery itself.
Who’s the fastest supercomputer of all? It might be Titan, a 20 petaflops computing monster that draws most of its oomph from thousands of Nvidia GPUs.
What’s the best way to knock a killer asteroid off a collision course with Earth? Ding-ding if you said “paintball gun.”
Picture an eerily human-like tangle of metal, wiring and lights, cables dangling from somewhere above like puppet strings. Imagine it springing to life, lifting a long, lanky leg that bends 180 degrees at the hips.
Surface offers slick industrial design, an inventive interface, full-blown Office apps and two very clever keyboard options. If you’re optimistic about the Windows Store, this tablet is worth a look.
On Monday, October 22 TIME.com becomes the first global news site to roll out a fully responsive redesign optimized for mobile and tablet browsing.
You’ve probably heard of OnLive, the cloud gaming service that was all the rage a few years ago, but which never really took off and suddenly came apart this August, when the company experienced a near-collapse that culminated in …
For all the political discord over climate change, one thing everyone can probably agree on is that when you’re throwing computational resources at modeling weather, the more the merrier.
Think of the new computer that just …
The Federal Trade Commission’s antitrust investigation into Google could have unintended consequences for U.S. innovation.