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A cloak of invisibility may be common in science fiction but it is not so easy in the real world. New research suggests such a device may be moving closer to reality.
Cryptocurrency tokens are being used to solve a perennial problem for digital collectibles, including art and animation – proof of ownership for mediums that are easily copied.
Watch out Harry Potter, you are not the only wizard with an invisibility cloak.
Parents who turn to smartphones and tablets to break up the tedium of caring for an infant around the clock may be teaching their babies to have a short attention span, a small study suggests.
As the trend for wearable technology continues, using fashion accessories as an extension of your smartphone is becoming increasingly common.
The tractor beam, a staple of science fiction including Star Wars and Star Trek that is employed to grab spaceships and other things remotely, is entering the realm of reality.
To assist the blind in navigating unfamiliar places, scientists at Caltech in the US state of California have developed an augmented reality technology housed within a portable headset that gives objects a voice.
When Gyorgy Levay lost parts of all four extremities, including most of his left arm, to meningitis in 2010, he resolved to make the best of a bad situation.
In the brave new inter-connected world heralded by the Internet of Things (IoT), so-called “ransomware” attacks could have as their source something quite mundane and yet present in ever more modern households.