Video featuring a sapphire-covered iPhone screen shows that the material set to go into production at Apple's Arizona plant can take a beating.
Boston Dynamics' DARPA-funded quadruped, which is designed as a load-carrying mule for soldiers, demonstrates its latest scary trick.
Designer molds a pair of floor-standing concrete speakers based on horn loudspeaker technology. Their weight: a hefty 123 pounds a pair.
The unusual contraption should appeal to audiophiles with its deep bass response down to 20Hz, thanks to a sizable 38cm woofer and an efficient horn design. Got $100,000 to spare?
Designer Shu-Chun Hsiao created a concrete version that weighs (in grams) exactly the same as the internal capacity.
The 2010 Mustang lands ollies, 360s, and kickflips in this promo Web video.
Something truly horrifying happened last night. Silence smothered the air, gagging the mouths of dozens of witnesses: I dropped my unibody MacBook on to solid concrete
Military asks private sector for multiple sensing technologies to see through and map buildings.
Concrete tableware brings the street to the dinner table.
Grandpa developed a waterproofing molecule and the family put it in building materials to stop problems with seepage. The business is called Hycrete.