A new technology called Freevolt converts the babble of radio waves into electrical power that can run wireless sensors and other devices.
The Flow Hive, set for a Kickstarter crowdfunding debut, introduces a simple new way to harvest honey from a backyard beehive without stressing the bees or the beekeeper.
A conceptual collection of gold and biopolymer jewellery consists of three pieces, each of which pierces the skin: E-pulse Conductor, Blood Bridge, and Blinker.
The "Power to Give" initiative aims to turn unused processing power from millions of smartphones into a supercomputer that can tackle issues like cancer, climate change, and space travel.
The Mathematica developer's new Connected Device Project seeks to incorporate data from Net-connected devices and eventually make them programmable through the Wolfram Language.
Chinese scientists develop a method for growing new teeth from stem cells generated from urine.
When a cease-and-desist letter didn't stop PadMapper and 3taps from using its online classifieds listings, Craigslist decided to file a lawsuit.
week in review The much-anticipated iPhone 5 gets unveiled, while CEO Mark Zuckerberg addresses Facebook's IPO. Also: Go Daddy goes down.
In a case between Craigslist and data harvester 3Taps, a federal judge rules that changing an IP address or using a proxy server to access a blocked Web site violates the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Car computers will use many sources of data -- lasers, radar, stereo cameras, even windshield wiper rain detectors -- to figure out what's around them. And none of the sensors will ever get drowsy.