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Researchers from the University of Minnesota led by biomedical engineering professor Bin He have been testing a thought-controlled quadcopter. Their goal is to develop thought-control devices working at high speed, without any surgical implantation.
The Barnes & Noble NOOK HD and HD+ Android tablets are now available via great pricing deals through Father's Day.
Eidos Montreal and Square Enix have announced their Deus Ex: The Fall, the upcoming game for Android and iOS.
Micro vacuum pumps developed as part of DARPA’s Chip-Scale Vacuum Micro Pumps (CSVMP) program could pave the way for faster processors in smartphones.
Newly leaked images are showing a handset which is said to be the rumored Nokia 41-megapixel “EOS” Windows Phone. But it could be an upcoming 20MP phone from the company.
The FairPhone smartphone made with conflict-free tin and tantalum will start to ship within Europe in October.
Acer has shown off their Liquid S1 Android Jelly Bean smartphone and Iconia W3 Windows 8 tablet at this year's Computex event.
Two programs in DARPA’s RE-NET program is currently dealing with improving the link between amputees and their prosthetics.
The August smart lock can be unlocked using an Android or iOS app on your smartphone via Bluetooth.
Data from Curiosity's Radiation Assessment Detector suggests that current radiation shielding available on spacecrafts won’t be enough to protect human explorers from radiation exposure during a manned trip to Mars.
As suspected by many, Jony Ive is the main man behind the next version of iOS which will be unveiled at WWDC in the coming month.
Google is said to be working to introduce wireless networks for countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia via airborne balloons and blimps.
Maxwest has shown off their 7-inch Android tablet which costs just $65 at CTIA 2013. The device is coming with decent features for that price tag, but don’t expect too much from it.
From 3D printed tracheal support splint to 3D printed kidneys, pancreas, skins, prosthetics and more; the 3D printing technology is fast becoming a big part in the medical field.
At Google’s Big Tent, several experts came together to talk about the future of robotic tech and AI -- particularly the moral and ethical implications of advancement.
Universal Pictures is reportedly putting a reboot into development for their Timecop, the 1994 time travel action film starring Jean-Claude Van Damme.
Check out how you can update your Chrome browser now to enable Google Now style voice search.
A new rumor is suggesting that Apple’s iOS 7 is coming with deeper integration for photo-sharing service Flickr and video sharing site Vimeo.
A rumor is suggesting that Google has plans to release a white version of the Nexus 4 in the coming month. The device will be running the next version of Android.
Google Wallet is now available on more smartphones including the HTC One and Galaxy S4 on Sprint. Google has also announced that they are integrating Google Wallet with Gmail.
The 2013 Google I/O conference begins in a few hours and we are taking a look at what all things are expected to be shown off at the event.