Foldable phones are coming, there's no doubt about that. Samsung, LG, and Huawei are among those who've set out their intentions to launch bendable handsets within the next year, but they've all apparently been beaten to the line by the Royole FlexPa
Whether you're killing time in line at Starbucks or scrolling through an endless meme stream on Twitter, your smartphone is trying to seduce you.
Samsung's folding phone WILL go on sale next year - along with a Galaxy S10 with no notch and an 'invisible' fingerprint sensor under the screen
In the lab, China has small quantities of carbon nanotube bundles 20 times stronger than Kevlar.
...fits on a thumbnail. UV Sense is a battery-free device that can fit on a thumbnail, and it was designed to detect radiation from the sun. The sensor can change color to indicate the radiation levels of the user.
...according to health officials
INRS professor and ultrafast imaging specialist Jinyang Liang and his colleagues, led by Caltech's Lihong Wang, have developed what they call T-CUP: the world's fastest camera, capable of capturing ten trillion (10 13) frames per second.
A surreal close-up of a weevil eye has taken the top prize at this year's Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition. The magnificent annual photography competition, now in its 44th year, celebrates the skill and artistry in the world of microsco
Slow-motion video has always been fun to watch, with the best rigs usually shooting on the scale of thousands of frames per second.
The internet today is so cluttered with stories, it's hard to find–and keep track of–the really good stuff.
Chrome OS replaces Android as Google's tablet OS
Researchers have developed a new way to build augmented reality smart glasses that projects images directly into the eye rather than using lenses as a display. It's hoped the approach could shrink down smart glasses and AR headsets, potentially makin
In a world bombarded by screens constantly blasting ads and visual noise, a team of artists and designers wondered if glasses could be created that can black out all those invasive messages. After a year of research and prototyping, the IRL Glasses a
How robofurniture could revolutionize life in shoebox apartments: The $10,000 gadget that can transform size of living spaces with an app or voice command (and makes cleaning easier too)
With the quantum computing race heating up between Google, IBM and Intel, it feels like we're hurtling towards quantum supremacy, that milestone when a quantum computer outperforms a classical one for the first time.
After Linux adopted a new Code of Conduct, a small group of programmers threatened to rescind their code from the project. Lead Linux developers say the threat is "hollow."
This is the new AmazonBasics Microwave that works with Alexa. It doesn't have any microphones on it, nor any speaker (beyond one that can beep). Instead, it's a $59.99 device meant to showcase Amazon's new system for companies to make their reg
Nextbigfuture was able to ask Rob Hoyt of Tethers Unlimited how he will be able to use 27 large high low-earth orbit satellites to provide high-speed internet directly to smartphones.
After calling off the launch of a smart display device earlier this year, Facebook is reportedly planning to announce it next week.
Apple says it is being transparent and straight up in calculating a 'trust score' on your iOS device, but you are not able to see your own score. Furthermore, it does not appear to be an optional 'feature' that users can turn on or off at wil
Amazon announced 15 new Alexa-enabled products in less than 90 minutes at an event in Seattle on Thursday, further cementing the company's commitment to the voice assistant space.
Rob Hoyt of Tethers Unlimited presented "In-Space Recycling and Manufacturing" at the Future In-Space Operations (FISO) Working Group Presentations.
These days, as technology gets increasingly innovative, it also gets smaller in size. This AAXA Technologies P2-A Smart Pico Projector is a miniature marvel, letting you project high-resolution 1080P videos from a two-inch cube. You can currently sav
Star Trek's Captain Kirk voices concerns about virtual reality after simulating a walk on Mars
Your cup of Joe could soon be coming to you by drone.
A damning report into Google data collection found that the Android operating system sends ten times more personal information, including location data, to the tech giant than Apple's iOS. The study caused an outcry on Twitter.
What you may not have realized, however, is that many "sci-fi" technologies already exist in some form or are being developed.
How do gun mufflers work? How do I get one? Are they legal?
A new travel adapter which includes built-in grounding and a reset button has charged past its Kickstarter goal. The Passport Pro also includes fast charging using USB-C Power delivery.
A floating shed packed with musical instruments, a vintage taxi used as a spare bedroom, and a luxurious yurt complete with spiral staircase – all feature in this year's Shed of the Year shortlist