Covered in LED-embedded mats and outfitted with cameras, an "invisible" fuel cell vehicle toured the streets of Germany to spread the gospel about Mercedes-Benz's hydrogen-powered car.
A closer look at Mercedes-Benz's hydrogen-powered vehicle.
A new US patent awarded to Apple details some uses for housings of electronics made of fused glass.
A trucker honks at an Illinois state trooper who, he says, was speeding and talking on his cell phone. The officer stops him and is at first confrontational. Then he is told he's being filmed.
The promise of the curved sensor is better pictures in even thinner phones.
Jason Jones of "The Daily Show" talks with Glass Explores, or as he calls them "Eyedouches," about being discriminated against.
The Alamo Drafthouse, famous for its anti-texting rules, decides Google Glass must be removed before trailers start.
A newly-approved patent points to a sensor that could track weightlifting and send it to a mobile device, notably a watch.
To celebrate 125 years since the company invented the motor car, Mercedes-Benz is taking three hydrogen fuel cell B-Class hatchbacks around the world to prove that the technology's ready and just awaiting the refuelling infrastructure.
Featuring its own Isocell technology, Samsung has revealed some more information on the image sensor found inside the Galaxy S5.