A device called Muse reads brain waves and provides real-time feedback to calm anxiety and increase focus. Continue reading →
Inspired by origami, pocket-sized quadcopters could be self-deployed and snap to attention in disaster areas.
Battery-powered engine-and-prop unit can drop into water with a range of 32 miles.
Different situations cause a wearable device to blast a puff of fragrance.
A new Web-connected device could reduce the odds that your bike is stolen and if it is, increase the odds that you'd find it.
A French company unveils plans for an Android device that projects onto your skin.
A network of individual modules sense the weather near you and sends hyper-local conditions to your phone. Continue reading →
Nano-pixels that can be electrically switched on and off would form the basis for extremely high-res displays for contact lenses to car windshields.
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