It has built-in Bluetooth speakers that let you listen to music as you doze off. The post Meet The Smart Pillow That Can Help You Sleep Better appeared first on Futurism.
The Halvening Just Halvened While Bitcoin may have had its ups and downs, it is certainly a trend that seems to be here to stay, with more users everyday.
Chorus of signals There is a genetically transmitted disease that causes the eyeballs to twitch back and forth, and it’s called Nystagmus.
A popular goal right now is making things that boost internet speeds. Satellites, drones, new material—basically everything is being tapped to make our surfing of the net even faster.
Andromium turns your smartphone into a seamless full screen desktop environment. The post This Laptop Is Powered Completely By Your Smartphone appeared first on Futurism.
DeepHand gathers data via depth sensing cameras. The post DeepHand Can Track Your Hand In Real-Time By Using VR appeared first on Futurism.
The tables features a touchscreen top that lets you design a custom pizza. The post Welcome To The Future Of The Dine-In Experience appeared first on Futurism.
Donuts Make History When you were a child, what did you think the future would be like? If you were like me, then you probably imagined holograms and jetpacks and colonies on Mars.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (or DARPA) wants robots that can walk like human beings and do other human activities, such as climbing ladders, using tools, and completing other day-to-day activities.
As promised, IBM’s Watson artificial intelligence (AI) is coming to consumers. And to that end, Macy’s shoppers will be shopping with the AI soon.
Shell recently posted a challenge to students: create the most energy efficient car. And they did not disappoint.
Blippar runs on your smartphone or tablet and is the first AR visual browser. The post Meet The Virtual Browser For The Physical World appeared first on Futurism.
Reversal of Menopause? As women get older, their fertility rates drop as well, with their ovaries releasing less and less eggs until it finally comes to a halt.
Filling in the Gaps For all our technological prowess, the human race doesn’t really have much of a grasp on how the brain works.
Tested On Liver Tumors A team of scientists from the MIT and the University of California at San Diego (UCSD) are programming strains of bacteria to fight against cancer Their new study found that certain strains of bacteria thrive in low-oxygen environments, such as tumors, and the suppression of the host’s immune system also creates favorable conditions for bacteria to flourish.
Where no students has gone before One of the goals of technology is to make yesterday’s fantasy today’s reality.
Plugging the Source Most attacks against Zika focus on creating vaccines to protect against the virus.
Unfinished Yet Impressive Astronomers testing South Africa’s MeerKAT radio telescope were in for a surprise: The new telescope shows 1,300 galaxies in a patch of the sky where only 70 were previously known to exist.
Domgy features an AI software that allows it to recognize your face and voice. The post This Dog Can Do Much More Than Just Play Fetch appeared first on Futurism.
Physicists from the University of Warsaw believe that they may have achieved “the impossible.” They were able to create a hologram of a single particle of light.