The VR system could help employ jobless videogamers by “game-ifying” manufacturing positions.
Scientists have learned to use artificial intelligence to understand the facial expressions of sheep and figure out when they're in pain.
After six years of conflict in Syria, major sections of the electrical grid have been destroyed, but the country is rich in solar energy.
The WikiLeaks founder will stay in the embassy until the U.K. clarifies whether it has received an extradition request from the U.S., his attorney tells Newsweek.
A new book reveals a proposed collaboration between the electric car maker and ride-sharing app.
Claims that the FCC's website was hit by a DDoS attack have been questioned by net neutrality supporters.
A $100,000 prize will be shared out among the winning robots.
Notorious French gadget leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer gives us a 360-degree look at what to expect.
Campaigners are "extremely skeptical" about the FCC's claims that hackers knocked out the website.
It can easily and cheaply turn objects like steering wheels into touchscreen devices.
Internet providers would have to introduce back doors for intelligence agencies under the proposals.
The physicist warns humanity needs to become a multi-planetary species to ensure its survival.
It could solve the global food crisis—or buy Tesla, Netflix and Uber.
The project leader called it a "Great Wall of culture" that would rival Wikipedia, which is partly blocked in China.
Senator Edward Markey said grassroots campaigners will fight to protect a "level playing field for everyone."
A new technology hopes to make dead batteries a thing of the past.