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United States, North America
Dr. Ian Saginor - who has spent the past nine years studying volcanoes throughout Central America and the Caribbean - is seeking funds to 3D print examples of volcanoes for study purposes.
3D Print
 | Innovation
February 26, 2015
United States, North America
It's a medical story, a science and technology advancement and a romance wrapped into one moment.
Mayo Clinic
 | Innovation
February 24, 2015
United States, North America
A California-based firm builds software that uses more 16,000 data points - like the distance between eyes - to identify an individual.
Quartz
 | Innovation
February 24, 2015
Japan, Asia
Pepper can't vacuum but likes to talk - peppering the listener with questions.
The Wall Street Journal
 | Innovation
February 22, 2015
World
You can now explore immersive 360-degree imagery of the world's largest island, which is sparsely populated yet chock full of glorious natural wonders and historical sites.
Google Maps
 | Innovation
February 19, 2015
United States, North America
The cutting-edge optical device offering hope to people with sight problems is unveiled at a science conference in California.
Sky News
 | Innovation
February 16, 2015
World
Before self-aware artificial intelligence guides our machines, humans must direct robots' choices; the algorithmic decisions are manifestations of human will.
The Daily Dot
 | Innovation
February 13, 2015
United States, North America
While there's no word yet on price, Tesla's battery and charging technology could ultimately wind up saving you money on your electric bill.
The Washington Post
 | Innovation
February 13, 2015
World
The concept of any device eavesdropping on you is certainly alarming, but that's not what's happening.
Mashable
 | Innovation
February 11, 2015
World
locked city streets, traffic signals and sirens become a non-issue in a design firm's conceptual plans for a drone ambulance.
Mymodernmet
 | Innovation
February 07, 2015
Colombia, South America
Because it didn't have to look much like a hand they were able to experiment with the shape, finally settling on a shield to place over his arm as well as a pair of pinchers to hold the pick.
TechCrunch
 | Innovation
February 04, 2015
World
Sensors could change how we deliver healthcare by bringing care closer to the home.
Wired
 | Innovation
January 30, 2015
World
HoloLens will generate a 3D simulation of the Martian environment, helping NASA scientists to explore the red planet as if they were really there.
Quartz
 | Innovation
January 23, 2015
World
The Atlas robot has already inspired terror around the world thanks to its eerily humanoid design and impressive coordination.
Motherboard
 | Innovation
January 22, 2015
World
The company launches its new version of Windows - and a new wearable 3D gadget called the HoloLens.
Sky News
 | Innovation
January 22, 2015
China, Asia
A Chinese construction company last weekend unveiled its two largest 3D-printed buildings to date.
TechInAsia
 | Innovation
January 20, 2015
Germany, Europe
It's got everything you can think of and a whole lot that you can't in a 650' prefab wood wonder.
Tree Hugger
 | Innovation
January 20, 2015
India, Asia
The backbreaking chore usually done by women around the world could get easier.
Co.Exist
 | Innovation
January 18, 2015
World
Be my eyes is a crowdsourced video chat service providing sight for those in need.
Fast Company
 | Innovation
January 17, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
Voxel8's new 3D printer, which can print functioning electronic devices all in one piece, heralds just such a radical possibility.
SingularityHUB
 | Innovation
January 16, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe, China, Asia
With this dual solution, people can board and disembark at their leisure while the main train speeds along.
Web Urbanist
 | Innovation
January 16, 2015
World
A new technology called Thync promises to help its users conquer life by allowing them to tweak and torque their mood as they wish.
Quartz
 | Innovation
January 14, 2015
Japan, Asia
The statistics for this incredibly successful indoor farming endeavor in Japan are staggering.
Web Urbanist
 | Innovation
January 13, 2015
World
The new feature should make it easier for travelers and businesses to communicate more easily when conversing with foreign language speakers.
The Next Web
 | Innovation
January 13, 2015
France, United Kingdom, Europe
While 360-degree imaging has been around for several years, it is far more challenging to produce this for live television.
Daily Mail
 | Innovation
January 11, 2015
Ethiopia, Africa
The towers could be a place where people gather to socialize and seek shelter from the sun, just as they would beneath a leafy Warka tree.
Wired
 | Innovation
January 10, 2015
World
Kingspan combines the latest in polycarbonate, LED lighting and photovoltaic technology to completely eliminate lighting energy costs.
Tree Hugger
 | Innovation
January 10, 2015
United States, North America
After the hover board, the power laces are also about to enter the market.
ThePostGame
 | Innovation
January 09, 2015
World
Are machines coming for your job? The answer may surprise you.
Makeuseof
 | Innovation
January 09, 2015
World
The two giants are teaming up to develop autonomous vehicles that will take us across town - or across Mars.
Wired
 | Innovation
January 09, 2015
United States, North America
With the NUC 2.0, Intel is attempting to deliver horsepower wrapped in up a small package for a reasonable price.
ExtremeTech
 | Innovation
January 09, 2015
World
It's the ultimate example of that old expression: one man's trash is another man's treasure.
Gatesnotes
 | Innovation
January 07, 2015
World
Energous believes the licensing strategy will help it bring its technology to market as early as 2016.
Engadget
 | Innovation
January 07, 2015
World
The wall could change from white to red, to a wallpaper-like pattern - or even a colorful animation.
Mashable
 | Innovation
January 07, 2015
China, Asia
The original car built out of wood and powered by an electric engine built by Chinese carpenter, Liu Fulong, swept the internet in late 2014.
Yahoo
 | Innovation
January 06, 2015
Ecuador, North America
The suit is equipped with ultrasonic sensors to enable the person navigate in different surroundings.
RT
 | Innovation
January 06, 2015
Taiwan, Asia
Gogoro's aim is to have every GoStation within a square mile of its neighbor,
Slash Gear
 | Innovation
January 06, 2015
United States, North America
The future will be wearable, autonomous, and always connected.
The Verge
 | Innovation
January 03, 2015
Germany, Europe
The new input device lets you play your computer like an instrument, with infinite dexterity through feeling rather than sight.
TechCrunch
 | Innovation
December 31, 2014
World
If you couldn't keep up with the ever growing technology lately, here's what you should be expecting in the following years.
Collexio
 | Innovation
December 30, 2014
Netherlands, Europe
If nothing else, Anouk Wipprecht's idea is providing a good alternative to becoming cyborgs.
Kogonuso
 | Innovation
December 29, 2014
Russia, Europe
So while you're riding, you can see directions in your helmet display without having to fiddle with another device or look away from the road.
TechCrunch
 | Innovation
December 29, 2014
United Kingdom, Europe
Cambridge University has tested the world's first hybrid plane in the UK, though it can only stay airborne for a few minutes.
Daily Mail
 | Innovation
December 28, 2014
World
Ryptide is a life saving drone accessory that can carry an automatically inflating life ring to a swimmer in distress in less than 30 seconds.
TechCrunch
 | Innovation
December 28, 2014
Singapore, United Kingdom, United States, Asia, North America, Europe
Such vehicles could operate as a kind of jitney service, picking up passengers and taking them to trains or other modes of public transportation.
Next Big Future
 | Innovation
December 27, 2014
World
Television, cellphones, radio, WiFi - modern civilization converses in radio waves.
SingularityHUB
 | Innovation
December 23, 2014
Japan, Asia
The premise is fairly straightforward: a POC produced helmet, containing Bluetooth, connects to a smartphone app and broadcasts your position.
Wearable
 | Innovation
December 20, 2014
Japan, Asia
Toyota clearly believes that taking the time and money to build a fuelling infrastructure will be worthwhile.
Green Car Reports
 | Innovation
December 20, 2014
United States, North America
Fortunately for futurists, a California-based startup has taken Musk up on his challenge to develop and build the Hyperloop.
Wired
 | Innovation
December 19, 2014
United States, North America
In a world first, a double amputee has been fitted with two prosthetic limbs - which he can control simultaneously just by thinking.
CNET
 | Innovation
December 19, 2014

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