The crew of a human-size version of the board game Mousetrap--think bowling balls instead of those tiny metal marbles--arrived in New York this week with the aim of using the proudly inefficient machine to flatten one of the city's yellow cabs.
Today, PCs use an inordinate amount of horsepower for security. Trend Micro believes the current model is not sustainable and offers an alternative.
High-tech device supposedly uses human system.
The latest case concerning the scope of microprocessors is found, not in the world of computers, but in this battle over the right to electrocute pests.
At the first Wearable Technology Show in London, Fitbit lays out its principles for the modern gadget in the online, mobile, wireless world.
This Indiegogo concept is designed to be compact, portable, and mouse-like. Would you split your keys?
A Purdue University team outdoes itself with a record-breaking device that peels fruit, makes hamburgers, and toasts bread. There's no app for that.
"I think that both Samsung and ourselves have benefited not only on the Android side but also on the Chrome side," says Google CFO Patrick Pichette.
Artists, inventors and other do-it-yourselfers gather in Austin to show off their latest hacked gadgets and creations.
The Natural Resources Defense Council says HD DVRs and HD set-top boxes together use more energy every year than a recent-model refrigerator. The problem? There's no real on/off switch or low-power mode.