The rubber band gun of your childhood can just quit now. The Rubber Band Machine Gun puts it to shame.
Researchers work with gold nanoparticles to build a stretchy, conductive material that could go into medical devices and wearable technology.
The creators of the prototype interface, called Obake, describe it as a "2.5D display".
Scrolling beyond the end of documents shows a gray texture pattern in Lion, but if desired, you can disable this feature in most programs.
Amazon Web Services downtime can help us better understand how to build and scale cloud-based applications and databases.
The automation service is intended for businesses that don't want to put a lot of manpower behind managing cloud-computing instances.
Through the power of self-organising micro-helicopters comes the concept of a 3D flying display that could lighten up our skies
The new material, called "elastic water," retains its Flubber-like consistency by mixing a few grams of clay and organic matter to H20, essentially binding the whole into a jelly-like putty.
Natali stops by the Design and the Elastic Mind exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art in New York for a look at interesting tech that could be coming our way in the future.
A look at the new MOMA exhibit that does NOT have the bendable Nokia, Microsoft rumors about online Office, NIN free music, and bad news for Quarterlife.