DARPA has announced it is developing a new variety of microelectronic sensors capable of maintaining high bandwidth and high-dynamic range even in the hottest environments.
The University of Waterloo researchers say they have developed a "super finder" robot that uses a camera and artificial intelligence to help people with dementia and either memory-related disabilities keep track of everyday items they can regularly lose.
Researchers have created a new freely available VR program called Psyrreal that can simulate the subjective effects of psychedelic experiences.
A new video released by the Air Force Research Laboratory shows the lethal QUICKSINK smart bomb sinking a derelict cargo ship to the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico in one single shot, a feat usually reserved for submarine-launched torpedoes.
A group of Ukrainian hacktivists say they successfully hacked the email of a wanted Russian intel officer and ordered sex toys to his home.
Researchers have developed a new ultrasonic acoustic attack that can covertly give hackers remote access to most smart devices.
Researchers have developed a new method for creating realistic 3D holographic projections that are three orders of magnitude better than the current state-of-the-art technology.
The DoD has launched a new classified program to find ways to both attack and defend emerging technologies and cyber-physical systems.
A new company called HyperCycle is enabling the development of global artificial intelligence by allowing localized AI systems to communicate and compete in an entirely new way.
A recent study has proposed the first-ever practical blueprint for a lab-created wormhole that can verifiably bridge spacetime.
Researchers from Northwestern University have developed a "magic" bandage that accelerates healing by harvesting electricity out of thin air.
A team of Chinese engineers have developed a new autonomous transmedium drone capable of flying in the air and swimming underwater.
XTEND, a pioneering technology company, looks to revolutionize the robotics industry by developing the next generation of human-machine teaming.
As we look at the technological advancements that lay ahead in the coming year, we’re faced with a time-honored question: at what cost?
Engineers working on the GRIFFIN Project recently made a significant breakthrough in developing the world's first true bird-like drones.
The FBI issued a stark warning about a "horrific increase" in children being targeted in sextortion schemes, which has already victimized thousands of youths.
A new app empowers Brazilian residents and tourists alike by providing them with up-to-the-minute information on where crimes are occurring.
Actor Harrison Ford will be time-traveling back to 1944 to fight Nazis with the help of anti-aging technology in the fifth installment of the Indiana Jones film series.
A new DARPA program wants to remediate soil contaminated with explosives and aircraft fuel using bioengineered plants.
Technological initiatives have been created in recent years to help consumers find quality foods while spending little and avoiding food waste.
Due to its wealth-building potential, cryptocurrency has also become associated with some surprising tangent areas of science and technology.
A potential security threat has been revealed in a recent study where passwords were easily guessed by an AI-driven thermal imaging system.
The market for electric cars is growing in Brazil, and new models of vehicles that use clean energy are emerging in the trade. Although it may seem like a recent initiative, the concept of the electric car has existed since...
As innovations in modern robotics continue, experts say we still have a long way to go before the development of household robot servants.
The U.S. Intelligence Community's high-risk/high-payoff brain trust, IARPA, recently put out the word that it wants to better explore "cyberpsychological warfare."
An innovative new passive cooling system could one day replace conventional cooling technologies, offering an alternative that requires only water to function.
South Korean researchers have successfully transmitted electricity nearly 100 feet through the air using lasers.
Researchers have revealed a system that uses radio frequency (RF) and Wi-Fi signals for Lip-reading when the speaker is wearing a mask.
New research looks to pave the way for a quantum computers and ultimately the development of working quantum internet.
Researchers at Ohio State University have developed a new wind sensor that can help improve drone navigation.
Colossal Biosciences has announced its new effort to ressurrect the Thylacine using innovative de-extinction technologies.
A new study from University College London looked at how a smartphone could improve memory as a way to store extra information.
Employing holograms and an odd phenomenon in physics used in color photography, an MIT team has produced an all-new color printing technique.
Scientists at Hiroshima University are employing new AI models to help predict places where future earthquakes may occur.
A video tweeted out by the Israeli prime minister shows their Iron Beam laser system blasting an unpiloted drone from the sky.
Since U.S. personnel working in Cuba began to experience health issues, officials have tried to identify what is causing “Havana Syndrome.”
Researchers have used infrared (IR) imaging and machine learning to turn monochromatic “night vision” images into their actual colors.
The United States Air Force is building a working prototype of its anti-drone weapon system known as THOR's hammer.
Space startup Momentus says their Vigoride water plasma thruster has successfully completed thermal vacuum (TVAC) testing.
MIT researchers say they have developed a simple tool that can help time-series data analysts predict the future.
Buzzwords like machine learning and artificial intelligence continue to garner million-dollar investments and clickbait headlines... but what is the real state of the science?
Researchers have designed customized "transgenic" lettuce that can help astronauts combat micro-gravity-induced bone loss.
A collective of rogue archivists is working to preserve online resources created by Ukraine, which are at risk of being lost forever in the midst of the country's war with Russia.
India is one of the first countries looking into whether AI can help make their legal system more efficient.
Swedish eBike designer CAKE has pledged to fight animal poaching by donating one of their specially designed eBikes for each one purchased.
A new AI program uses machine learning to decrypt intelligence documents in a variety of different foreign languages.