Open Bionics partners with game studio Eidos-Montreal to make an affordable prosthetic arm
The Wearables For Good Challenge hopes to open the floodgates for cost-effective, low-power, durable and scalable wearable tech
A long-overdue McDonald's app, Ford makes an automatic car, and more.
The ubiquitous chip manufacturer is set to get involved in the mobile device market and promises to offer better battery life and camera capabilities.
The microchip firm ARM, which designs the technology at the heart of all the top smartphones and tablets, has reportedly dismissed its rival Intel as a "niche" player in the future of computing.
A new building in Melbourne combines innovative design with local history to pay tribute to the city's aboriginal heritage.
Business Insider's list of top 10 tech partnerships provides inspiration for how sometimes unlikely partners can change the game and create opportunities for both an industry and consumers.
In a new research, Korean scientists used the human arm to transmit data at broadband speeds.