France has just opened what it says is the world's first solar panel road in a Normandy village. The road is a whopping 1km route in the small village of Tourouvre-au-Perche covered with 2,800sqm of electricity-generating panels.
Engineers from The Ohio State University have found a way to convert heat into electricity by applying their technique to capture "waste heat," the byproduct of electrical and mechanical devices like car engines.
Star Wars fans will understand that the epic weapon the Death Star has met its final doom in Return of the Jedi. This is the epic conclusion to the original Star Wars saga.
Honda is the latest carmaker with the plans to place a brand new technology to its vehicles. Its partnership with Waymo, the company born out of Alphabet's Google Car research project, will open a new chapter in self-driving tech.
The mystery continues. Astronomers may have to think just a little bit harder to solve the mystery behind Boyajian's star.
China may soon have a common national standard for vehicle-to-vehicle communication among driverless cars.
IU researchers develop new online tool to track how news spread online.
A lot of people consider 2016 to be a very bad year in terms of news, but a lot of technological improvements happened regardless. Now some are convinced that the first true brain-to-brain communication in people could start next year, especially due to huge recent advances.
The time is ripe for space exploration, it seems. Companies and countries are racing against each other to perfect vehicles, rockets and even settlements to be able to reach the deep recesses of space and set the stage for intergalactic conquest.
Leaf-inspired prototype reactor could capture the energy from sunlight and use it to produce drugs sustainably and cheaply anywhere.
The idea of the self, or self-awareness and the idea to understand and explain oneself, is the one big divide between AI and human intelligence. While we as humans have a lot of information to still understand, we can offer up a reasoning for ourselves in a lot of cases.
As most of the world has energy storage needs, scientists have been looking for ways to improve the manufacturing method of batteries. Researchers from Binghamton University, State University of New York have developed a bacteria-powered battery that could power disposable electronics on a sheet of paper.
December is the time of the year when industry predictions happen. This ranges from potential advancements in the field of technology, to rather alarming predictions about the global economy. Here is one: the Internet may shut down for 24 hours.
If you take a look around you right now, especially when you are on a busy street, you would see that driving is essentially a living. Drivers are part of one of the biggest sectors of the economy. However, in another decade, these people may be replaced by driverless cars and drones.