Satellites the size of a Rubik's Cube could explore distant planets, thanks to tiny ion thrusters that could help reduce the cost of space missions.
During the 12 weeks ended October 28, Apple's iOS nabbed a 48.1 percent smartphone market share, compared to Android's 46.7 percent. But overseas, it's a different story.
Winner of the AERO 2012 Lindbergh Prize for Innovation, E-volo is trying to change personal transportation with its multi-propeller aircraft designs.
Verizon added 501,000 net contract subscribers, likely driven by the continued popularity of the iPhone 4S. It sold 3.2 million iPhones, and 2.1 million 4G LTE smartphones.
New medical device, powered wirelessly via electromagnetic radio waves, could be used as a diagnostic or surgical tool.
Apple posts its biggest quarter ever, fueled by record sales of the iPhone. It posts earnings of $46.33 billion and profits of $13.06 billion.
It's already been a great year for the Danish headphone designers over at Aiaiai, and it's about to get better. The company's TMA-1 DJ headphones recently earned a spot in an SFMOMA exhibit, and its latest headphones are garnering shrieks of schoolgirl glee from audiophiles who appreciate equal parts form and function.
The Mermaid is a remote-controlled, self-propelled camera that can swim inside your guts to help doctors check for abnormalities.
Remember netbooks -- the tiny laptop things? Y'know, the skinny little tablets with built-in keyboards? They're about to get even thinner thanks to a new Intel platform
Siemens delivers a direct-drive wind turbine for onshore and offshore applications that it hopes will improve cost and reliability of turbines.