The world's fastest bipedal robot with knees has a human-like gait and reaches speeds of up to 6.8 miles per hour.
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 skin-like wearable electronic interface developed at the University of Illinois opens up possibilities in the field of brain-computer interfaces well beyond biomedical applications.
Manufacturers are raising the performance bar for electric motorcycles, rapidly catching up to their gas-guzzling counterparts. Here are five battery-powered machines guaranteed to turn heads.
Keeping smartphones and laptops charged when there's no electrical outlet in sight is a perennial challenge. A novel LCD screen developed by UCLA engineers could potentially help solve the problem.
Here is a gallery of technology that could change your life from some of the most interesting posts on Chris Jablonski's Emerging Tech blog.
With a belief that there's a future in optical drives, start-up Millenniata and LG have partnered to commercialize a disc that lasts 'forever.'
Researchers report metallic-like conduction of an electrical charge across the biofilm of specialized bacteria, opening new possibilities for environmentally-sustainable nanomaterials and nano-electronic devices.
Rice University scientists demonstrate how graphene -- a "miracle material" -- can be made from just about any carbon source, including insects, waste, and Girl Scout cookies.
German researchers have demonstrated how regular LEDs can be turned into an optical WLAN with only a "few additional components."
Japanese researchers have developed a robot that can lift a patient up to 80kg (176 lbs) off the floor and onto a wheelchair, charting a path for high-quality care for its growing elderly population.