Intel's latest data cable looks a lot less boring than the current UTP cable you have connected to your computer, but that's not the end of its awesomeness. It can carry data at a rate of 800Gbps.
The cables use 64 fibers - 32 for transmitting and 32 for receiving, and each are capable of moving data at 25Gbps. When you multiply that up, that means 800Gbps in each direction, which is an aggregate of 1.6Tbps.
Could this new concept depict a possible 'iPhone Air' device? It looks so good we wished it was real. Created by designer Sam Beckett, he used Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, After Effects and Final Cut Pro X to give us a glimpse of what a rumored iPhone 6 might look like.
These watches look like stylish traditional wrist watches you'd wear to any function. But they're hiding something else. They're hiding a smart function.
Moving away from the tech-centric look of smartwatch design like Samsung's Gear Fit and Gear 2, Hungarian freelance designer Gábor Balogh envisions a less intrusive aesthetic with his new TRIWA-based concept.
Going to Mars seems like a one way mission all this while. But it looks like NASA may believe returning could be a possibility.
Since 2011, NASA has been considering SpaceX's Dragon capsule as a potential delivery vehicle for the space agency's next Mars rover in 2020. The Dragon capsule may also be able to reach Mars safely while carrying a small rocket in its belly to return back to Earth's orbit.
You're checking out a false color image showing plant growth across a planet in red where you'd usually expect some green. The image, captured by NASA's Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry and Ranging (MESSENGER) spacecraft is explained below:
There's a new type of blood test that is capable of predicting the onset of Alzheimer's and it has a 96 percent certainty up to three years in advanced. Developed by scientists from Georgetown University in Washington DC, that figure could soon stretch to decades.
Technology's aim these days is to make things smaller and faster. And LED hasn't been left out of that agenda. Last month, LG announced they made an OLED TV as thin as a magazine. Now, these things are about to get even smaller!
We've definitely seen how action movie heroes gap their wounds sealed with white hot metal. While that looks and sounds counter-intuitive, it actually works. And it is something you probably shouldn't try.
A team of chemists from Spain found a new way to use a regular old Blu-Ray player - they turned it into a cheap and functional medical device to help test for salmonella.
The scientists replaced the player's data board with one that is custom to read the reflectivity of the disk instead of the microscopic pits that hold the movie data. They prepared regular Blu-Ray discs by attaching btis of protein called probes and then covered it in a solution containing pathogens.
A study by a team of Japanese scientists claiming they could dip blood cells in acid and they turned into stem cells is now being retracted. Many laboratories have agreed that the method could not recreate their published results.
Humans are invading so much space that certain types of spiders just aren't cut out for city life. Their webs that are spun on concrete and steel kills the vibrations that spiders need to sense their prey. It's tough being a spider in the city.
Law enforcement in the future will be so robocop-ish, you're going to see drones like this one show up to tase you if you're up to some no good.
Chaotic Moon Studios, a startup who developed the drone showed off a live demonstration of a stun-gun loaded drone. The guy being stunned in the video is an intern by the name of Jackson, who obviously isn't too worried about the 80,000 volts he's going to experience.
What if the scene from Gravity was real? In fact, it could be very real. And here's how a cosmonaut floated away from the International Space Station and spun out of control, orbiting Earth for seven months before plunging into the atmosphere and burning and disintegrating. Thankfully, there was no human inside that suit.
Want to have very different and personalized nail art? NailSnaps will let you do just that. You can decide how your images look like on your fingers, and you can adjust the pattern to fit your needs. Then, it works like a photo printing app, with stickers printed and shipped to your home.