Dyson shares three vacuum-free projects that were never green-lighted for production.
TSMC signaled this week that the mobile industry is getting ready to move to 64-bit computing.
China activates an international charter started in 1999 to aggregate global space data from satellites in an effort to locate Malaysian Airlines' flight MH370.
Sir James Dyson will be investing £5 million into a robotics laboratory with a view to create adaptive, affordable household robots.
The MC-HS700G can't work long on a single charge of its batteries. But if you happen to be cleaning up a bowling alley, it can lift bowling balls.
Shockingly, Samsung is involved in yet another patent battle, this time over the way its new vacuum cleaner steers.
BlackBerry maker RIM could be working on a media hub like Apple TV. Code-named the BlackBerry Cyclone, the device would plug into your telly and stream movies and films over Wi-Fi.
Cyclone Power Technologies will sponsor the first International Association for the Advancement of Steam Power at the California Automobile Museum January 13, 14, and 15.
Dyson, the company that made cleaning cool, is back with the latest in its well-loved range of vacuums, replacing standard wheels with funky, space-age balls.
This week, robot lightsaber duels, emotion-sensing animatronic cat ears, and a robotic mouth that will haunt your nightmares.