Taking one step closer to holograms, Mitsubishi is working on creating a display that projects images in mid-air.
Nasa has begun preparing a new telescope that will show views of the universe 100 times larger than the Hubble.
Taking on Hangouts and FaceTime, Skype is rolling out free group video calls for iPhone, iPad and Android phones and tablets.
New research suggests that warped physics surrounding rotating black holes could keep us from being crushed by gravity.
Russia is developing AI robots to send up to the International Space Station for a safer space walk alternative.
Even though self-driving and self-parking cars are the future, Nissan is working on self-parking chairs.
Microsoft's latest app aims to show off its AI prowess by letting you take snaps of dogs all day long.
Standing over 16-inches tall and with voice recognition, this might be the closest we get to BB-8 from The Force Awakens.
Called the Grammycam, the feed will show you what the winners see as they give their speech and head backstage.
Got an old iPhone with a damaged screen, camera or buttons? Apple may let you swap it starting this week.
Right out of science fiction, scientists have developed a system of electrodes that they claim can decode brain signals.
The slow crawl of Marshmallow adoption on Andriod devices has taken four months to pass the 1% mark.