Recapping headlines is a lousy way to judge whether a year mattered.
Researchers have come up with a new artificial leg that reads brain signals. The technology, which has been hailed as a groundbreaking medical advance, is currently in the testing phase.
SCHAFT was developed by a Japanese team and is owned by Google. The rescue and response humanoid can even drive a car.
You can even turn it on and off from the light switch.
Don’t you sass me, Gilligan.
Don’t look now, but the web may be getting less reverse-chronological.
It’s “ideal for day trips from The Hamptons to Martha’s Vineyard,” which is a nice way of telling me I can’t afford this.
Delivery drones are coming, bringing a whole host of challenges with them.
Everything the Israeli startup does is cool — and new to Apple.
Some concerns with the buzzed-about smart card remain.
Aside from simply apprehending criminals, it’s believed this new technology could help save lives.
The $100 smart card aims to slim your wallet through consolidation.