The days of flimsy umbrellas may be gone! Vanessa Freeman (@VanessaFreeTV) shows you the Kickstarter project that is trying to make the Air Umbrella.
According to Google’s research, which was based on “hundreds of millions of secret answers and millions of account recovery claims,” 40 percent of English-speaking people in the United States couldn’t recall the answers to their secret questions when they needed them.
3D printing is the future of medicine. Manufacturers have proven its worth again and again through the creation of a custom vertebra, knee parts, and skin grafts. The most recent additions to these custom 3D printed human parts include a titanium sternum and rib cage. The lucky recipient of these 3D printed parts was a 54-year-old Spaniard who had suffered from a chest wall sarcoma — a kind of tumor, which forms in bones, soft tissues, and cartilage.
Engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California are looking into creating a new type of exploratory wind-powered robot.
Tech companies can’t seem to agree on what counts as a video view, but that’s not a problem for Snapchat, which captivates the teen audience.
There’s a way you can get paid for that selfie. Stylinity released an app that lets fashion-forward users show off their outfits for others to buy.
As more gadgets spend their lives on the home Wi-Fi account, should you invest in an antivirus protection for your internet-connected things?
German designers at Urban Invention want to bring their smart stoplight button to every street corner. The device allows people to play Pong with the person across the street.