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Elon Musk is known for his adventurous ideas and has now revealed the Electric Semi-Truck and Roadster which has not disapointed his followers.
Razer headphones following on from the Bluetooth buds fit the USB-C fitting, unlike all the newly deisgned phones that have disposed of the normal jack.
It's unlikely that you've already got your hands on the new iPhone X, but but you're probably already running the new iOS 11.
A young mother of two lives in a suburb so she doesn't have a car and has no plans to buy one. She has run the numbers and the result is clear. It's much cheaper to order a car only when she needs one.
Someday in the future mirrors will be smart enough to lie to us, assuring us we’re the fairest of them all. Until then, there’s this smart mirror from iHome.
The feeling of excitement when you realise your plane gets WiFi is in indescribable. However, when that WiFi is painfully slow it can seem like the end of the world. The next time you board a Cathay Pacific Group or Emirates plane you'll be…
Are you looking forward to the New York E-Prix? You might not be as excited once you hear that scientists at Nasa's Jet Propulsion Laboratory have predicted that parts of the city could be underwater in the future.
While much of the world is going gung-ho for electric vehicles to help get rid of auto emissions and end reliance on fossil fuels, Japan's top automaker Toyota Motor Corp. is banking on hydrogen.
Raspberry Pi in collaboration with element14 community launch major new cooking-based design challenge: 'Pi Chef'.
A new study suggests that Apple Watch and Fitbit can accurately diagnose common health issues such as hypertension and sleep apnea.
Hicks's startup, OxSight, is building augmented reality glasses that render the physical world visible, even to the visually impaired.
Lamborghini has collaborated with a group of researchers from MIT to create a conceptual electric sports car.
WIRED were invited to see inside Ferrari's factory in Maranello, Italy by Ferrari and the Design Museum in London. Inside, they were able to see how Ferrari builds its iconic cars such as the 488 GTB and LaFerrari using a combination of…
MIT scientists have now explained why under certain conditions a droplet of liquid should not coalesce with the liquid surface below.
Surgical glue is flexible enough to seal punctured lungs in animals without any sutures or mechanical bindings.