This new 3D printing development might just change the world. NASA is sinking a lot into 3D printing food, and they are starting with pizza. The project is aimed at evolving the future of food for both space and back here on Earth. It's not Star Trek's replicator, but it's probably just the beginning. Also, this could potentially end hunger around the world.
Brittany Wenger is 18 years old. And she just taught the computer to diagnose leukemia. She built a custom, cloud based "artificial neural network" to find patterns in genetic expression profiles to diagnose patients with a form of cancer called mixed-lineage leukemia (MLL).
Leap Motion takes gesture control to a Minority Report level. But what if you married it with your everyday OS? This new video shows exactly what kind of applications you can look forward to on your Windows 8 machine. And it's a whole lot cooler than touch.
Amazon has plans to make a giant dome where employees could work and hang out. Second life? The 65,000 square foot five floor structure is filled with plants to drive and thrive a microclimate. There's also a variety of botanical zones modeled after mountain ecologies from around the world and places to work, eat, lounge and more.
Now that Yahoo has ponied up $1.1 billion for Tumblr, they'll have a bigger issue. How to deal with its porn. How will the company now reconcile its vast collection of porn GIFs into advertising? It's not that simple.
The infantry in the U.S. army is about to get some upgrade. DARPA has begun its testing on its Warrior Web support system. Robotic exoskeletons will allow humans to easily lift and carry hundreds of pounds in the future. But of course, the more immediate future are achievable goals instead.
Just like Star Trek's tricorder, here's a device that's getting close. Scout is a device that can monitor and track your vital signs, temperature, BCG, heart rate, oximetry and stress just by holding it up to your forehead for 10 seconds.
Twitter has introduced two factor authentication to securely protect accounts. In a move that should have happened a long time back, it comes after a number of attacks on high profile Twitter accounts.
Thailand base Cafe Amazon created an iPhone app that monitors drivers for signs of fatigue. And when they catch them nodding off, it will direct them to the closest Cafe Amazon store for a hit. Because seriously, driving sleepy is almost the same as driving drunk.
Tatsuo Horiuchi may be 73 years old, but he sure knows how to use Excel better than you. He's a digital artist who makes large scale landscape pieces. And his delicate nature motifs are jaw dropping beautiful.