Google’s Nexus 7 tablet is selling out making the company a potential threat to Apple in the hardware business.
Italian scientists have created a robot face that can mimic real muscle activity, blurring the boundaries between humans and androids.
People know her for the much-publicized altercation at a demolition site in Davao City, but for this promotional video for tech giant IBM, no jabs were hurled by Sarah Duterte-Carpio against a virtual opponent.
Surveillance and security detection company FLIR have devised a series of new high-tech security measures designed to detect dangerous substances both inside and outside the airport terminal, hoping to make international travel safer.
The show is one of the world’s biggest and most widely attended aviation exhibitions, attracting thousands of aircraft companies and enthusiasts alike.
Researchers in New York have shown that measuring human brain waves could help advertisers develop more effective campaigns.
London medical students are learning about human anatomy with a digital scanning table which creates virtual cadavers in 3D.
Scientists unveil discoveries on the elusive Higgs subatomic particle.
Lifeguards in California are integrating a new robotic assistant called ”Emily” into their arsenal of life-saving equipment.
A robot developed in Japan is finding fame as the ”never lose” Rock, Paper, Scissors (locally known as jack ‘en poy) expert.
Modern technology may have resurrected the oldest sound recording in the world from an image in a German magazine from 1890.
A microchip test that can detect hidden heart defects in professional athletes is set to go on sale later this year.
Author Andrew Keen talks to Reuters TV about his new book Digital Vertigo which argues a new ‘anti-social’ movement is beginning as people become more concerned about their personal privacy.
Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano says strong intelligence can outweigh technology in the fight against new terror tactics.
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