Americans might love their trucks, but they aren't the only ones. The folks Down Under are partial to a good pickup at the moment, and Ford would argue the range-topping Ranger Wildtrak is the best pickup you can buy.
Life should be a little easier for buyers of the upcoming new Nissan Leaf, as Nissan has confirmed that the car will feature ProPILOT Assist technology.
As far as many people are concerned, there are just two ways of exploring other planets – either robots do it while all the humans stay back on Earth, or astronauts go and do so in person.
For degenerative diseases like Parkinson's, any insights we can gain into its development in the brain could be vitally important in coming up new ways to apply the brakes.
According to two studies conducted by Bosch Accident Research, e-bike accidents could be reduced by up to 25 percent if the bikes were equipped with anti-lock braking systems.
The University of Michigan has played home to some interesting developments in the self-driving space.
Last year, sonic wizard Sam Battle transformed an old kids bike into a rolling synthesizer. The faster the Synth Bike 2.0 was pedaled, the quicker the beat.
It's an exciting time in display technologies, with flexible and transparent screens popping up regularly, albeit in the lab rather than on our devices.
Even for a firm as happy to experiment as MVRDV, its Bałtyk tower has a very unusual design. Located in Poznań, Poland, the mixed-use building looks totally different depending on the where you view it from, appearing almost too narrow to support itself from some angles and solid and wide from others...
GE has announced its plans to build the world's largest laser-powder additive manufacturing machine. The device, which will be developed through a new branch of the company called GE Additive, uses a laser to mold metal powders and will be able to build parts measuring up to 1 m3 (35 cubic feet)...
If files on your computer suddenly vanished after a while, you'd be in line for a new one pretty quickly – and yet, that's basically what our brains do all the time.
The BMW i3 is a compact, well-designed little electric five-seater with a nod towards both sustainable design and operation that speaks to the German make's dedication to clean motoring.
A functional fusion reactor may still be a dream, but its a dream that is slowly becoming a reality with numerous research efforts and experiments aiming to unlock the near unlimited supply of clean energy that such a reactor would provide.
Mushroom sausages may sound like something off a vegan menu, but for Brunel University London student Aleksi Vesaluoma, they are the building material of the future.
RoboRace is shaping up as an intriguing motorsport category, but there's still plenty of work to be done before autonomous racers are trading paint like humans.
Uranus hasn't had a visitor since 1986 and Neptune's been neglected since 1989, but NASA has begun to outline its plans to return to the ice giant planets on the fringes of our Solar System.
As emissions standards get tighter, you might think International Engine of the Year would go to a clever compact powertrain, or an engine that mixes miserly fuel consumption with punchy performance.
Unmanned aircraft are generally either built that way from the ground up, with robotic systems integrated from the earliest design stages, or are existing aircraft that are extensively modified to add such systems so they can fly without a human pilot on board.
They say there's nothing new under the sun, but the world of haute chronologie still has a few tricks up its sleeve.
Camping has always been a social experience, a place to disconnect from the everyday and reconnect with family and friends.