No battery, no problem. Get glowing alerts with the Lunecase, a case powered by electromagnetic energy sent out by your iPhone.
The Finally Light Bulb uses electromagnetic induction to produce its light -- one of Tesla's old tricks.
At Defcon, one of the largest tech security conferences of the year, there's no such thing as total security from hackers.
The company's August lens offerings consist of a well-priced 200-500mm f5.6, second-generation 24-70mm f2.8 and midrange 24mm f1.8.
We spoke to TeamRock, the British station leaving broadcast radio behind in search of a new global audience.
NASA's heliophysics missions capture a once-in-a-lifetime event: Venus' transit across the surface of the sun.
We welcome the 16-80mm f2.8-4 lens, but at $1,070 it's sadly out of the reach of a lot of advanced amateurs.
Slicing blades, repurposed power drills and crashes aplenty -- engineers and electronics hobbyists are stepping out of their sheds with machines designed to fight, and the crowds are loving it.
Aiming to save power and water, the Miito induction kettle is now seeking crowdfunding to bring it to market.
Do you want to know how good your microwave is? You can see how many hot spots it has with a few bits of buttered bread, and you can measure the speed of light at the same time. Appliance Science looks at mapping your microwave.