18-year-old Eesha Khare was awarded a $50,000 prize for creating a device that may revolutionize our experience with mobile phones.
Google posted a video of its upcoming Google Glass wearable headset, providing a more realistic look at the device's user interface.
It's war for Google and Apple, after the companies’ abrupt breakup over Android. Now, Apple is reportedly trying to steal Google Maps employees to help it fix its new and controversial maps app.
The drones will be used to track illegal poachers in Africa, who are hunting endangered rhinos, elephants, and tigers and killing them for their ivory horns, tusks, and eyes.
Aside from nostalgia and sentimentality, there's the distraction factor.
Eesha Khare recently presented the "super-capacitator" at an international science fair. This could change everything.
Why try to reinvent the wheel?
Google Glass won't be available to the public until 2014, but how many people will buy it then?