At the 2015 International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Porsche is giving us a glimpse at its all-electric, four-door with the Mission E concept.
Nissan boosts the zero-emissions range of the 2016 Leaf to the head of the class by cramming in a bigger battery.
One of Charles Bombardier's many wild concept vehicle designs, the Arrow, could be powered by lithium-air batteries with a range of over 370 miles.
In a newly published patent application, the company describes a method for matching players for multiplayer games via a head-mounted display device.
The Superman Ultimate Flight ride at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom uses electromagnetic technology called linear synchronous motor, or LSM, to launch riders at 63 miles an hour through a tunnel and send them up more than 100 feet above the ground, where they momentarily hang upside down with only a lap bar holding them in their seats. Check out the POV video.
This summer, amusement parks around the U.S. are opening roller coasters that are bigger, faster, and scarier than ever thanks in part to technology that will soon help launch jets off U.S. Navy carriers. If you love roller coasters, check out the awesome POV videos.
Following most new hardware announcements, self-repair site iFixIt quickly brings us a glimpse of what the new hardware is all about, on the inside.
A science project to warm the cockles of a xenomorph's acidic heart: The first smartphone satellite will test the "Alien" tagline so you don't have to.
The new Nintendo Wii U may herald a return to synchronous-local gaming.
Other patents the giant received relate to cooling systems for computer hardware, photo management on iDevices, and crack-resistant glass.