Partially deaf writer and sound artist collaborate on a system to make Wi-Fi signals audible. Continue reading →
Scientists have found a way to use radio waves to match fiber optic data transmission speeds. Is 32 Gigiabits per second Wi-Fi in our future?
A new wireless monitoring device provides early warnings to medical staff when a patient's health is suffering.
This week we feature a handful of techs designed to help out in disasters as well as other innovations that will just make you happy to be alive.
The phone has 3-D capabilities as well as a host of other features to pull users into the company's vast retail empire.
From glowing mice to holographic chocolates, scientists and artists alike are using technology to reveal unseen mysteries.
Photographer tracks invisible energies by way of LED sensors and slow-exposure photography. Continue reading →
Cars will work like laptops on wheels, you'll be emailing tangible objects and using DNA to authenticate digital documents.
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