Researchers are developing a "deep-sea computing network" that could bring Wi-Fi access underwater to better detect tsunamis, collect data, and monitor offshore activity.
An 18-foot-long, serpent-like beast washes up near the coast of Southern California to provide nightmare fodder for all who behold it.
Thanks to the infinite reach of technology, a majority of Americans resignedly accept they are a sad cog in capitalism's big wheel. At least according to TeamViewer's annual study.
Join us in Hawaii as we compare underwater iPhone cases ranging from a veritable Zip-loc bag to a tricked-out dive housing. Two new rugged cameras get a dolphin-swim road test, and the Kindle Paperwhite has a bad day at the beach.
Siemens unveils several new products at the American Academy of Audiology 2011 conference this week, including the first waterproof, dustproof, and shock-resistant digital hearing aid.
New survey is designed to bring the undersea world to users around the world, as well as study the composition and health of the reefs.
The TAT7 case supposedly lets you take your iPhone down to 100 feet to shoot photos and video. But there are some caveats.
An underwater case that supports the Flip Ultra and Flip UltraHD cameras.
Icon releases a new flashlight that's bright, durable, waterproof, and can be used for self-defense.
My mom always told me "Make your passion your profession, and you'll be a happy man." She was right, and I am glad I followed her advice. Yet I appear to be part of a minority. In an article about growing disenchantment at work ("Hating What You Do"), thi