How would you like to see the invisible? Explore the ocean 5,500 feet below the surface? Own a solar-powered car? Yes? Then read on.
Nearly every commercial airliner is struck by lightning at least once each year, according to Air and Space Magazine. Continue reading →
Quite a few autonomous technologies, including vehicles, boats, cars and even golf carts, popped up this week -- perhaps on their own.
Drones are like UFO’s to bears, according to research that found the animals nearly suffer a coronary when they detect them.
Concrete crushing robots, racing wheelchairs, and a laptop-sized mobility device are just a few of the innovations you'll find in this week's gallery.
NASA and other aircraft developers are looking for ways to drop the cost of fuel and lower the emissions for short-haul flights.
The TF-X is designed for vertical take off and landing, with a fully autonomous piloting system -- and emergency parachute.
From the hum drum of asphalt highways to the outer limits of Jupiter's atmosphere, this week's tech is sure to please.
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