The future has arrived! Video of a man riding a hoverboard over the streets of LA has hit the wire. We’re pretty sure all sorts of laws were broken but we’re also pretty sure this is the upcoming hovercraft from a company called Omni Hoverboards.
Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum artists Jonas Brothers will headline an immersive, virtual concert that enlists the creative imagination of fans and concludes with an interactive performance on December 3, 2020.
A team at the University College London say they have broken the broadband speed record with a mind-boggling 178 terabits per second transmission. That’s fast enough to download the entire 100TB Netflix catalog in about 4 seconds.
You can’t help but wonder if one day we’ll all be wearing temperature-controlled spacesuits to protect our fragile bodies from raging firestorms resulting from global warming. Worry no more. It’s not perfect – but it’s still pretty cool (ha, see what I did there).
We’ve all collected cards, action figures, stickers, and comic books but thus far, digital collections are a technical challenge. That may soon end. Dapper Labs introduces a digital collection technology that could become a cultural phenomenon. And they’re doing it using blockchain.
This massive crashing wave is actually a anamorphic illusion created on a 265-foot wide screen that stands more than 65 feet tall.
We just took a giant step closer to Jetsons-like futuristic living. With Amazon and Vox’s newly announced partnership partnership, if you run out of toothpaste, you simply stand in your bathroom, say “Vox, send me toothpaste”, and Amazon will make sure it’s on its way to your doorstep.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced today that it will begin taking steps to enable vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technology for automobiles. This technology would improve safety by allowing vehicles to “talk” to each other and ultimately avoid many crashes altogether by exchanging basic safety data, such as speed…
When 60 Minutes broke the well-timed Cyber Monday story that Amazon intended to offer product deliveries with a 30-minute turnaround time using automated flying drones, people wondered, can this be true? Could drones be used to make personal deliveries to our homes? In short, yes, it can, and will be done – and the FAA…
We’re one step closer to mind-controlled zombies! University of Washington psychology professor Andrea Stocca told reporters in a news release yesterday, “The Internet was a way to connect computers, and now it can be a way to connect brains.” And he went on to demonstrate that it can be done today.