A google-maps site that tracks and predicts the development of the gulf oil disaster. Check the "YouTube Videos" box and view citizen reports as icons showing the uploader's location, like video tooltips. Active operations and impacted location
The comfort of air conditioning on a sweltering summer day often comes at the cost of steep energy bills. A new air conditioning process needing 50 to 90 percent less energy than today's top-notch units, however, could offer a cool new solution.
The world's largest technology company by market capitalization may soon rival the National Security Agency in its ability to track Americans using their cell phones.
First quadricopter that can be controlled by an iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad - Thanks to its on-board Wi-Fi system, you can control the Parrot AR.Drone using an iPhone®, iPod Touch®, or an iPad®. It was initially designed for the Apple platforms and will b
Calling it the "biggest leap since the original iPhone," Apple chief exec Steve Jobs proudly unveiled the widely expected iPhone 4, which indeed looks pretty much like the lost iPhone prototype that Gizmodo got its hands on a couple of months ago.
A homebuilt superhero suit that looks as good as the silver-screen version
In a recent survey, the Apple iPhone finished ahead of space travel, the combustion engine and flushing toilets as the Most Important Invention Ever. The power of the iPhone--or the power of the Cult of Apple?
Police closed in on the man who found and sold a prototype 4G iPhone after his roommate called an Apple security official and turned him in,
Inexpensive, lightweight device provides basic medical diagnostics and images.
Poland's BPS SA bank set a European -- and if we're not mistaken, a Western -- milestone by installing the biometric cash machine in Warsaw, where customers can withdraw money with nothing more than their index fingers and their PIN numbers.
Did your Girl Scout cookie sales drive flop because nobody carries cash anymore? If so, you may need to get Square, the mobile payment solution from Twitter founder Jack Dorsey that allows anyone with an iPhone to take plastic.