A Japanese professor comes to the aid of a friend who's been repeatedly stung by wasps, building a ladder-climbing robot to kill the pests.
At Black Hat, a pair of security engineers show off prototype UAV bristling with antennas that can eavesdrop on Wi-Fi, phone, and Bluetooth signals.
Sure, blood-drenched Halloween zombies can be spooky. But not as scary as some of the more frightening tech moments this year to date.
The film about Facebook's origins, with a plot the company denounced as fiction, is stirring up Oscar buzz already after a few stellar first reviews. What's it mean for the movie and Facebook?
With her new show "Head Rush," the "MythBusters" co-host is hoping to help kids find the excitement of science, technology, engineering, and math.
Happy 15th birthday to Internet Explorer and AT&T says Net neutrality is indeed onerous and it's all for Verizon and Google's proposal (um, duh). The Facebook "dislike" button finally launches, but it's a scam; WiFi-sniffing aerial drones are the new black, and we celebrate 50 years of broadcasting to the world the following: "looking for a good planet to plunder? Call Earth."
Weapon instantly injects a freezing cold ball of compressed gas, approximately the size of a basketball, into the unlucky recipient.
A GigaPan robotic platform for creating images is hooked up to a scanning electron microscope at NASA, giving a close look at the ultra-small.
Nokia has announced a mid-range Qwerty slider phone for messaging addicts of average wealth, the 6760 slide. But there might be a problem...
We haven't been massive fans of Sagem's PVR in the past, but now it's just £99, and for that little we don't mind so much if it looks like a bulldog chewing a wasp