Popular Science - Gadgets
Skin-Implanted Microchips Open Doors At Swedish Office Complex
To hear biohacker Hannes Sjoblad talk about it, getting a radio frequency identification (RFID) chip installed under your skin is like an inoculation against obsolescence.
How To Master Your Third Arm
In the 2002 movie Minority Report, Tom Cruise plays with a futuristic computer like a maestro. With a flick of his wrist, data moves from one screen to the next, and a…
6 Pieces Of Gear To Turn You Into A Winter Warrior
There''s no need to fear the cold, especially with these six pieces of high-tech gear to keep you comfortable and warm in this winter season.
The FTC Wants All Your Internet-Connected Things To be Secure
The Federal Trade Commission has issued a report on best practices in security and privacy for companies making Internet-connected devices.
Prynt Wants To Be A Polaroid For The Smartphone Age
Crowdfunded project Prynt aims to bring the Polaroid instant photos into the digital age, by attaching a small printer to your phone.
Watch A Real 3D-Printed Reel Catch Trout
The real test of a futuristic technology like 3D printing is how good it is at practical tasks. This Michael Hackney's 3D fly reel, tested by a couple of fishermen over at…
Microsoft Wants You To Believe In Holograms
Microsoft''s new HoloLens computing device is flashy, but it''s a bit of a moonshot by a company that''s often known for playing it conservative.
CES 2015: This Robotic Head and Eye Massager Is As Awkward As It Sounds
The Dream3 Eye and Head Massager uses compressed air, vibrations, and heat to relieve tension around your head and eyes. It can also play soothing music from its built-in MP3…
CES 2015: This Jaguar F-Type Can Tell If You''re Too Tired To Drive [Video]Stories 1 - 10 of 227
Soon, your car will know when you're not fit to drive it. An Australian startup called Seeing Machines has created an in-dashboard camera that uses facial recognition…