Sonnet Labs has launched a crowdfunding campaign to develop a two-way system for sending text, audio, and images without any cellular connection.
The brightest light ever produced can be used to change the way light scatters, which could improve our understanding of the universe — or the quality of airport baggage screenings.
Using powdered metal and high-powered lasers, this additive manufacturing machine can produce virtually any metal part within a one-meter cube area.
By designing adaptable machines that learn on the fly, researchers hope to create exoskeleton systems that will help us move faster and farther.
The Finnish startup Varjo promises a technological advance that enhances the VR experience with 70 times the clarity of current headsets.
Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley have developed flexible, rechargeable batteries that can be charged by the sun and threaded into clothes or wearable technologies.
A lengthy article by Musk explores the feasibility of transporting people to Mars, covering everything from spaceship designs to the construction of propellant plants on the planet.
Tech-sector veteran Alex Lidow is on a mission to end the reliance on power cords to operate your electronic devices.
A decade-long research project finds that self-centeredness may have aided ancient humans in difficult times, but might now be an out-dated evolutionary response.
Scientists discover that light, under certain conditions, can move around objects like a frictionless liquid, which could help improve a wide array of devices like lasers and solar panels.