When you look up at the stars and ponder at our place in the universe you may begin to feel almost insignificantly small.
Ever wanted to run like a superhero? How about an animal? Keahi Seymour has spent more than a decade on the Bionic Boots after being intrigued as a child as to how ostriches could almost effortlessly reach speeds of 25 mph, covering up to 5 metres in a single stride.
Fans of James Bond will know all too well about the fictional spy’s use of his trusted laser watch, the one he uses to save himself from the grips of death in the nick of time.
If you are looking to improve your basketball game then the ShotTracker is a great piece of technology for you.
StreetScooter, a German company known for electric vehicles, have recently designed a prototype of the C16 electric car and made most of the components for the cars exterior using a 3D printer.
Autonomous “Robocop”-style robots, equipped with microphones, speakers, cameras, laser scanners and sensors, go on patrol in Silicon Valley. The robots are programmed to notice unusual behavior and alert controllers.
When you hear about wearable tech in the news chances are it’s another new smartwatch. However, a young entrepreneur has taken a new approach to wearable tech with the XOO belt: a combination of a classic belt and a portable USB charger.
The Quantum of the Seas took to the sea on its maiden voyage recently. This is the largest cruise ship in the world belonging to Royal Caribbean and it is taking cruise liners to the extreme.
Check out the video below that shows Elliot Hawkes, a mechanical engineer at Stanford, climb the wall like Spider-man using a pair of gecko inspired adhesive gloves.
Many people around the world allow their children to believe in Santa Claus and children honestly believe that this is where all those expensive gifts come from.
A few years ago people would talk about how in the distant future there could be cars that could drive themselves around.
NASA’s New Horizons probe is set to wake up next month after 99 days in hibernation en route to dwarf planet Pluto.
There are lots of inventions that come out and they make you think, “now why didn’t I think of that?”.
Studiomobile are a design office from Italy who have teamed up with Professor Stefano Mancuso from the University of Florence to come up with a floating greenhouse, known as the Jellyfish Barge.
Japan’s maglev train has just taken its first passengers, reaching speeds of up to 500 km/h (311 mph)!
We have been treated to some renders of the new Istanbul Airport in Turkey that is set to replace the Ataturk Airport.
I’m sure we’ve all done it at some point… your computer has frozen up, stuck in a loading loop, and you proceed to give it a little smack as if the machine is a living thing that would learn from its mistakes.
KLM airlines have taken one of their grounded jets, a McDonnel Douglas MD-11, and turned it into a two-bedroom apartment.
One of science’s most well loved stories is that of Archimedes, fresh from discovering the principle of buoyancy during a bath, running naked through the streets of Syracuse yelling “Eureka!
The video below holds the Guinness World Records™ record for the World’s Smallest Stop-Motion Film and it was made by moving single atoms in a stop motion fashion.