A team of European researchers have built a four-wheeled nano-sized "car" that can be propelled along a metal surface in a controlled manner.
Emerging trends in technology and new developments in science will affect the way we live. Chris Jablonski selects and analyzes news about our future that you'll almost never find anywhere else.
Christopher Jablonski is a freelance technology writer.
The word's largest urban centers will be responsible for providing food, shelter, and jobs to roughly 8 billion people by 2100. The biggest obstacle may not be adequate resources or technology, but rather management, say experts.
Robotics researchers in Munich have developed a new robot face that displays realistic 3D heads on a transparent plastic mask, opening a new frontier in human-machine communication.
A team of laser experts are studying different techniques for corralling particles and transporting them via laser light to instruments on rovers and orbiting spacecraft.
Microsoft's Office Division has posted a new concept video that illustrates what productivity may look like in 5 to 10 years.
The widening gap between technology investment and job growth means bright prospects for robots and computers. But where does that leave humans? On the fringes, say experts.
Stanford researchers have developed a stretchable, transparent skin-like sensor that could have applications in prosthetic limbs, robotics, and touch displays.
Researchers at UC Berkeley have turned a benign virus called M13 into an engineering tool for assembling materials that mimic collagen, one of nature's building blocks. The process they developed could eventually be used to create bone, skin, and corneas.
The art of 3D video mapping on buildings and other objects is taking off. View five examples of mind-blowing installations from across the world as they bring architecture to life.
A Belgian visualization company has unveiled a fully immersive 360-degree flight simulator designed to reproduce reality exactly as a pilot sees it.