Researchers from Swansea University are developing a bandage that can track the health of a wound in real time. The 'smart' bandage will allow for doctors to create specific treatments for individuals.
Cadillac CT6 Super Cruise: Self-Driving Technology, Similar To Tesla's Autopilot, Releases This Fall
Cadillac is releasing Super Cruise, a self-driving technology on its CT6 model this fall.
Everlast and PIQ have released a wearable fitness tracker specifically for boxers.
Chemists from the University of California at Riverside have developed material for phone screens that will repair itself.
University of California, Berkeley is in the midst of developing technology that will allow humans to learn what a robot is doing as well as control its next move.
The University of Vermont's Center on Behavior and Health conducted tests that show financial incentives will lower smoking rates and help people quit smoking.
Dig Once legislation was first proposed in 2009 and it has yet to fully make its way through congress. It would allow federally funded road construction projects to include the laying of fiber conduits.
The NCAA and Intel have partnered to offer six of the remaining March Madness games in virtual reality.
Wal-Mart is planning to open Store No. 8 in Silicon Valley. It will be used to develop improvements for their ecommerce division and potentially invest in other start-ups in the area.
An Ohio State research team is experimenting with virtual reality in an effort to improve the educational experience for future doctors.
Japanese startup Leomo is set to release Type-R, a wearable motion analysis technology for cyclists and triathletes this summer.
The DJI Policy and Legal Affairs Department released a report showing drones have been directly involved in saving the lives of at least 59 people.
Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe recently signed a law legalizing delivery robots. Starship Technologies' robots are set to hit the streets on July 1.
Apple and Samsung Pay are both secure and efficient services to use for hands-free purchases.
Millennial Esports is opening an esports arena in Las Vegas in hopes to appeal to a younger, more gaming enthusiast demographic.
Mobile apps can cost upwards of $1 million to develop and take an entire year to create.
Google.org is hoping to improve the racism in America by giving 10 organizations $11.5 million to help sovle problems with the criminal justice system.
Google Fiber is looking to provide recently purchased internet service "Webpass" to residents of Seattle.
The French Air Force is training golden eagles to take down enemy drones to help fight the war on terror.
Apple recently submitted plans to develop a 375,000 square foot data management site worth $51 million in Reno, Nev.
Internet Access In Remote Areas: Balloons From Google, Research Team X Have Breakthrough With Project Loon
Google and a scientific research team, X has made another breakthrough in providing internet access to every part of the world.
Traity and Suncorp have developed an insurance company that allows people to cover their purchases on peer-to-peer selling websites such as Craigslist or eBay.
Smart Cars For Sale No Longer? Daimler Chrysler To Discontinue Production Of Gas Powered Models In 2017
Daimler is hoping to get ahead of the times by selling only electric powered cars. In doing so, gas powered Smart cars from Daimler Chrysler will no longer be in production.
Slooh telescopes captured Comet 73P breaking in two as it passed by earth.
Kansas City is making strides towards becoming one of the most technologically advanced cities in the world.
A recently published report shows that more immigration helps diminish crime in the United States.
A hacker connected with hacking group Anonymous took down over 10,000 websites from Freedom Hosting II; the largest host site on the Dark Web.
Encryption Software, Messaging Apps Being Used By Fed Employees For Fear Of Losing Jobs, Report Says
Federal Employees are using private emails and encryption messaging apps to communicate with each other regarding Trump's new executive orders.
IS is now using drones to survey and attack Iraqi forces.
Fox Sports and Intel are using 70 Ultra High Definition to broadcast Super Bowl LI.