Inflatable incubator wins 2014 James Dyson award
Microsoft's bone-conducting headset helps blind navigate in cities
Intel contest prize goes to wearable camera that can fly
13-year-old entrepreneur raises VC funding for Braille printer
Last December, seventh-grader Shubham Banerjee asked his parents how blind people read. A Silicon Valley tech professional, dad Neil Banerjee told his son to "Google it."
Retroreflective projection technology gives driver safer view
NSA director: US needs Silicon Valley's expertise
U.S. intelligence depends on Silicon Valley innovation for technologies that strengthen the Internet and staff to provide national cybersecurity, National Security Agency director Mike Rogers told Stanford University professors ...
Near-infrared technology plays role in visualizing veins
Skip check-in; latest hotel room key is your phone
Hotels don't want guests to have to linger at the front desk—or even stop by at all.
Self-driving vehicles generate enthusiasm, concerns worldwide
Despite safety concerns about equipment failure, a majority of drivers on three continents have high expectations for autonomous vehicles.
Analysing animal anatomy using augmented reality
The University of Liverpool's School of Veterinary Science is utilising cutting edge technology to allow students to analyse animals' internal anatomy, using their smartphones.
AeroMobil 3.0 transforms from car to flying car
Patents for humanity: Special edition of Technology and Innovation
The current special issue of Technology and Innovation, is devoted to patents that benefit people around the world who live with limited resources, in challenging environments, and are in need of better access ...
Project will apply cognitive computing to uncover new patient treatment options
IBM today announced a new initiative to accelerate the adoption of genomic based medicine at Cleveland Clinic. Researchers at Cleveland Clinic will use IBM Watson technology in the area of genomic research to help oncologists ...