An address system that labels every 3-metre squared area on earth with 3 words is bringing sense to one of Rio's favelas, and helping Olympics visitors find their way.
A low-cost unmanned aircraft system that powers an airborne drone via a tether could give search and rescues teams a continuous eye-in-the-sky. Matthew Stock from Reuters reports.
A Kurdish inventor builds a secret screen for the iPhone that enables only the user to see the contents by wearing special glasses. Liane Wimhurst from Reuters reports.
Russian engineer Valery Spiridonov, who has volunteered to become the first patient to undergo a head transplant, is developing an inexpensive kit that adds autopilot functionality to wheelchairs.
Car maker Ford Motors is studying the possibility of making car parts with industrial waste from Jose Cuervo tequila.
Phandeeyar organized the exhibition for the students of University of Computer studies (Yangon), to showcase their skills on the mobile application, website and games, Wednesday.
Scientists in Poland have developed a fetal heart monitor that can be used on the move, so pregnant women can monitor the heart rate and movement of their unborn child.
South Korea on Tuesday suspended sales of 32 Volkswagen Group models and fined the German automaker 16.06 million USD, accusing it of forging documents on emissions or noise-level tests.
A team of scientists from Belgium build a machine that turns urine into drinkable water and fertilizer using solar energy, a technique which could be applied in rural areas and developing countries.
About 100 units of SoftBank Corp's "Pepper" have been ordered in Taiwan with the first appearance of the human-like robot to be in some banks and Carrefour SA shops on the island later this year, executives in charge of the robot's sales in Taiwan said on Monday.