A controversial new app set to be released in March aims to keep the Twitter statuses of the dead and buried alive, by continuously updating them long after the worms eat into their brains.
Now that there are over 1 billion smartphones out there, the time seems about right for there to be a next big thing. If Google's Sergey Bring has anything to say about it, the next big thing is going to be a computer you wear on your face. But what's Apple's answer to Google Glass? There's a lot of speculation out there that it might be some kind of smartwach. Does this mean everyone will get to talk into their wrists like James Bond? Or Dick Tracy?
“Is that a see-through dress, or are you just happy to see me?” Much like how clear heels tell us that a woman will most likely give us a lap dance, thanks to one Dutch fashion designer you may never again have to wonder if she’s into you -- this new dress becomes transparent when the wearer’s heart rate rises, making things rather...clear.
Like a wingman cleverly disguised as an iPhone case, the Intoxicase always has your back. It will not only defend your phone from harm, it's also at the ready to pop open your beer (no more searching for openers or banging the bottle on the table), and will even tell you if you've had a few too many.
Scientists recently constructed a bionic man using artificial limbs and organs, to be featured in a television documentary about the evolution of technology. However, this creepy robo-bastage is not half as charming as the Six Million Dollar Man, played by 1970’s action hero Lee Majors. Then again, it did only cost about a sixth of that price tag to build this one.
NFL fans could see laser first-down markers like those currently visible on television broadcasts also used in stadiums in the future. (Insert bad Dr. Evil impression saying "lasers" here)
Been wondering when the rumored next generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft will be announced? Sony's CEO Kazuo Hirai said Sony won't be first out of the gate.