Enter the mmWave. Scientists are starting to work on a new wireless technology that proves to be much faster than Wi-Fi and has massive bandwidth capabilities. Their first test? Virtual reality.
Norway's biggest online grocery store has introduced the world's first self-driving grocery cars for efficiency and cheaper delivery of products.
A New York-based company is now manufacturing furniture out of fungi.
Tesla skeptics may be in a run for their money. Tesla is slowing making waves in the industry of automated driving with its more powerful Autopilot hardware.
Entrepreneurs based in Asia have just put forth a global agenda: they want an interconnected energy grid that connects the region with renewable energy sources.
Scientists have unraveled the first pair of bionic eyes that can finally remedy at least 285 million people worldwide with visual impairments.
Scholars may be in a run for their money with new developments in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) search engines.
A new brain implant has allowed an ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) patient to be the first woman to use an eye tracking device that takes a minute to spell a word.
Scientists are getting closer to a breakthrough in quantum technology -- one where the transfer of information via quantum principles makes the process almost instantaneous.
Researchers from Google's DeepMind announced some of their new artificial intelligence (AI) projects are learning "how" the world works -- akin to how a child experiments with the way the world works. This opens an entirely new breakthrough in the realm of machine learning.
Hypersonic flights may be able to make travels from cities on opposite sides of the world much easier. New York to London will, in fact, be just as fast as half an hour, and aerospace officials said we are a few decades away from the possibility.
Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have created new solar cells from Perovskite. This presents a cheaper, much efficient way of making solar cells to fully utilize the Earth's solar potential.
It seems a pure renewable world is at our fingertips. A new simulation has shown the possibility of going full renewable energy worldwide, removing any need for fossil fuel-based electricity.
A recent study from the United Nations showed that robot labor has been taking over majority of industry jobs worldwide. This trend can continue and eventually lead to a human society where robots do all work.