A leading UAV supplier to the U.S. Army is actively working to make field reconnaissance less intrusive for bystanders caught in the stare of the camera.
Researchers at at Rome’s Università Campus Bio-Medico have found a better way to
A new patent filling reveals LG has some interesting ideas on how to address the logistical limitations of wearable technology.
NRAM could blow alternatives out of the water if and when a commercially-viable implementation hits the market.
Redmond wants to turn the process of fabricating CAD models into real-life objects a much smoother experience for the maker community.
The one-atom-thick wonder material is finding its way into everyday household appliances as factorizing prices continue to fall.
The mobile giant’s engineers have created new alloy that can substitute the rapidly dwindling metal in the specialized electrodes that power touchscreens.
Big Blue has filed a patent for a pair of smart glasses meant to help the blind navigate their surroundings more easily as part of its ambitious push into the medical field.
A newly published patent filing suggests that airborne power generation has come a very long way since Google took over the initiative two years ago with its acquisition of Makani Power.
It’s the electro-optical equivalent of a circling spotlight with some nifty object recognition software thrown on top to make out camouflaged or otherwise hidden intruders in its view.
A newly published patent filling has finally revealed the augmented reality system that landed Magic Leap half a billion dollars in funding from Google. And it’s quite possible the most advanced that we have seen yet.
Redmond has filed to patent a microphone with an integrated, temper-proof feature extraction chip that filters out private conversations and other sounds that a hacker could potentially intercept.
Surgical robots have grown very sophisticated over recent years, but that functionality comes at the expense of mobility and size. Taiwan’s Hiwin Technologies hopes to sidestep that trade-off with its latest design.
The unique motion distribution approach in Hitachi’s design addresses two of the biggest challenges holding back bionics from achieving widespread use: weight and cost.