Imagine a car that can transport you where you need to go-without an actual driver. Does it seem like something out of science fiction? It's more of a reality in Singapore.
There's been a lot of debate over video games in the past. Yet it seems as if there is, at least, one benefit when it comes to playing action video games; it turns out that these games can bolster sensorimotor skills.
Scientists may have may found a safer and less invasive way to address epilepsy with a new robot.
Scientists may have managed to create the world's thinnest electric generator.
Scientists may have found a way to make electric vehicles lighter, more powerful and more efficient. They've used 3D printing and novel semiconductors to create a power inverter that may change the future for electric vehicles.
Sidewinder snakes have the amazing ability to quickly climb sandy slopes in the desert. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at this ability and have created a snake-like robot to test ideas spawned by observing real snakes.
The Xbox One and the PS4 took the world by storm when they first came out in 2013. Now, one year later, industry experts have taken a look back at the two gaming consoles.
Scientists have been testing robotic, prosthetic limbs that can be controlled by an amputee's mind for a while now. Now, though, these prostheses may have become a clinical reality.
Amputees may just be able to regain the sensation of touch, thanks to new technology. Scientists are looking at creating prosthetic limbs that can send electrical impulses so that the user can actually "feel" what they're touching.
Scientists may have found a new way to detect melanoma early in order to save lives. Scientists have created a camera capable of taking snapshots of the entire human body and rendering high-resolution images of a patient's skin.
Numerous studies have long-debated that violent media can cause aggressive behavior in children. Now, recent findings published in the journal Psychology of Popular Media Culture reiterate an all too familiar fear.