Technology Facts

Technology Facts

There are 58 Technology Facts!

14 days ago
Students at MIT developed a wristband that can regulate your “thermal comfort”, which could possibly eliminate the need for central heating and cooling.
1 month ago
There’s an internet-enabled jacket which gives you a “hug” every time a Facebook friend likes your status.
2 months ago
The blueprint for a floating city has just been approved by the largest port construction and design company in China. It's entirely self-sustainable, and extends underwater.
2 months ago
There's a Mumbai-based pizzeria that now delivers pizza by drone.
2 months ago
Scientists in China have built a prototype high-speed maglev train that is theoretically capable of reaching speeds of up to 1,800 mph (2,900 km/h).
2 months ago
Scientists in the UK are creating a smartphone app that will enable users to test for STDs.
2 months ago
Kissenger is a pig-shaped robotic device that lets you kiss someone over the internet.
3 months ago
The Google driverless car has only encountered two accidents. The first it was rear ended at a stop sign, and the second was when a human was behind the wheel.
3 months ago
UFO sightings have reduced by over 80% since the introduction of smartphones and public access to HD video.
4 months ago
Future biotechnology could be used to trick a prisoner's mind into thinking they have served a 1,000 year sentence in only eight hours, a group of scientists have claimed.
4 months ago
Sony researchers have developed a refrigerator that only opens when you smile.
4 months ago
There's an "anti-smartphone" called John's Phone which can only make and receive calls.
5 months ago
Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis had an online multiplayer mode.
5 months ago
Mico headphones read your brainwaves and select music based on your state of mind.
7 months ago
All GPS units sold in the civilian market have to be programmed to deactivate themselves if they detect they are travelling faster than 1200 MPH or are above 60,000 feet in altitude to prevent them being used in intercontinental ballistic missiles.
8 months ago
Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page have expressed their desire to see the search engine become artificial intelligence itself. To achieve that goal, they created the highly-protected “X lab.”
More