A lot can happens in a decade, especially in the world of tech. What was new and innovative can find itself obsolete, leap-frogged by better
In large farms, weeding can be costly and hazardous. Robots can do it at a fraction of the cost without harming the environment.
We’ve all done it. We’re stuck in the middle of nowhere – otherwise known as an airport terminal – and our phone is about to
There have been a flurry of press releases over recent months claiming significant increases in battery performance. Now a team of researchers from the Korea
The US space agency, NASA, is working with the Australian company, Akin, to develop artificial intelligence (AI) that could provide emotional support for astronauts in
Researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), have developed a new technology that transforms “waste CO2” into blocks of concrete. The potential global market for waste-CO2 products could run as high as $5.9 trillion a year. Are we seeing the birth of a new industry?
The luxury car manufacturer is proposing small nuclear reactors as the most effective way of powering grids all over the U.K. Are people listening?
Panasonic recently unveiled new technology that just might save your life and improve mobility on the road. Is your car connected?
So far, wearable VR tech hasn’t caught on. But Panasonic’s compact and lightweight new VR glasses may convince more people of the technology’s commercial potentials.
Why so much faith in the performance of a 16-year old company headed by a man famous for taking gargantuan risks? (Photo: Mariordo59/Flickr)