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MIT's robotic limbs pave the way for real-life Doc Ock

MIT's robotic limbs pave the way for real-life Doc Ock They are unlike the prosthetic limbs; they wont replace but will compliment the real ones

Jun 4 2014, 12:53pm CDT

From Sci-Fi To CyPhy: iRobot Founder Takes To The Skies

From Sci-Fi To CyPhy: iRobot Founder Takes To The Skies The excerpt below comes from Forbes/Wolfe Emerging Technology Report’s recent full-length interview with Helen Greiner, co-founder of iRobot and founder and CEO of CyPhy Works. In 1990, she co-founded iRobot [...

Feb 4 2014, 9:15am CST

A Professor With A Western Past Remakes Pakistan's Entrepreneurial Future

A Professor With A Western Past Remakes Pakistan's Entrepreneurial Future Umar Saif has done a lot in his 35 years.  A Pakistani, he earned his PhD in computer science from the University of Cambridge at 22. He began a post doctorate degree at MIT at an age when most of his peers – age...

Feb 3 2014, 7:01am CST

Hack Your Naps For Productivity And Health

Hack Your Naps For Productivity And Health The health benefits of getting enough sleep have received a lot of attention recently. The image of brain fluid cycling rapidly during sleep and washing away amyliod plaques and other noxious byproducts of the day’...

Feb 2 2014, 8:30am CST

Find Small Businesses with GoDaddy's Locu

Find Small Businesses with GoDaddy's Locu Machine learning is a hot buzz word in software at the moment. It has had other such moments in recent memory along with its more ambitious sibling, artificial intelligence. But these technologies have seemed remote,...

Jan 27 2014, 10:38am CST

MIT Researchers invent next generation HUD

MIT Researchers invent next generation HUD Clear HUD materiel can be applied to windows like tint

Jan 22 2014, 11:37am CST

MIT Invents New Self-Assembling Cube Swarmbots

MIT Invents New Self-Assembling Cube Swarmbots An MIT geek has just come up with the impossible. Self-assembling cube swarmbots are the new invention this genius has managed to facilitate into the real world.

Oct 4 2013, 10:04am CDT

Real Lightsaber is Created

Real Lightsaber is Created MIT and Harvard scientists have created real life lightsaber molecules. A fictional Star Wars device could come to reality in near future.

Sep 28 2013, 1:19am CDT

CES 2015 News
You can See Through Walls with Wi-Vi

You can See Through Walls with Wi-Vi Researchers at MIT have developed this latest technology of Wi-Vi via which you can see through walls using. Wi-Vi use Wi-Fi signals to see through walls.

Jun 28 2013, 5:10am CDT

Lensless Camera Takes Multi-View Pictures Now

Lensless Camera Now Takes Multi-View Pictures Bell Labs have created the first lensless multi-view camera to take one photo with multiple angles at same time. This new technology has lit up the imagination of the world’s photographers.

Jun 26 2013, 4:06pm CDT

Holographic TV Debut is Not Soon

Holographic TV Debut is Not Soon A researcher at MIT has declared that Holographic TV could be a part of our living rooms in a decade’s time span. Michael Bove, head of the laboratory, predicted that the fascinating device would debut in another ten years or so.

Jun 20 2013, 8:21am CDT

Print your next Robot on Paper

Print your next Robot on Paper New MIT project is aimed at disrupting how robots are designed and produced.

Apr 4 2012, 3:46am CDT

MIT App Inventor Now in Open Beta

MIT App Inventor Now in Open Beta App Inventor for all!

Mar 5 2012, 2:30pm CST

Bose donates Majority of Company to MIT

Bose donates Majority of Company to MIT When you buy a Bose Sound system next time you actually support MIT.

Apr 29 2011, 2:00pm CDT

If Tablets are a Fad, So is Everything Else

If Tablets are a Fad, So is Everything Else Obsolescence is inevitable. Suck it up and enjoy the ride.

Mar 30 2011, 1:19pm CDT

The World: Powered by Photosynthesis

The World: Powered by Photosynthesis Scientists perfect the artificial leaf.

Mar 29 2011, 1:16pm CDT

iTunes U Downloads top 300 Million says Apple

iTunes U Downloads top 300 Million says Apple iTunes U offers users public access to content from world class institutions such as Harvard, MIT, Cambridge and Oxford.

Aug 24 2010, 9:19am CDT

LG Working On ''Sixth Sense''-style Projector Phone

LG Working On ''Sixth Sense''-style Projector Phone Way back last year I wrote an article about an MIT project called the Sixth Sense. The device was a cobbled together projector, smartphone, and gesture-sensing camera. It worked allowed the user to project an image (...

Aug 11 2010, 9:09am CDT

MIT Makes Your Smartphone An Optometrist

MIT Makes Your Smartphone An Optometrist MIT is on the verge of creating what could be the single most useful tool for optometrists around the world. By retrofitting a Nexus One with a microlens array or pin-hole array and then shooting beams of light into a...

Jun 22 2010, 1:57pm CDT

MIT's Flyfire: The Future of Display?

MIT's Flyfire: The Future of Display? Monitors are SO last millennium. Even the super-sexy, ultra-thin OLED monitors have got nothing on Flyfire. This revolutionary (and still mostly theoretical) display technology from MIT could one day change the way we...

Feb 19 2010, 10:50am CST

MIT Heals The Blind

MIT Heals The Blind Let's forget about consumer gadgets for a minute. Netbooks and RAmos Android MIDs and smartphones and gaming consoles are awesome, but every new release in the last year pales in comparison to what MIT has just cooked...

Sep 24 2009, 10:12am CDT

Bokode the Future of Barcode: An Interview with MIT Media Labs

Bokode the Future of Barcode: An Interview with MIT Media Labs Last month I wrote an article about bokodes, an interesting new technology that could revolutionize everything from barcodes to street signs. I recently had an opportunity to interview Quinn Smithwick, a member of the...

Aug 13 2009, 8:00am CDT

Bokodes To Replace Barcodes?

Bokodes To Replace Barcodes? We've been using barcodes for a while now, but as the digital age surges forward they're starting to look increasingly outdated. You can't read them with a cell phone from more than a few feet away and they store very...

Jul 27 2009, 11:00am CDT

New Windows Double as Solar Panels

New Windows Double as Solar Panels Researchers at MIT have discovered a new method for making solar panels that allow light to pass through them and can act as windows. The discovery could allow the installation of windows to generate power from the sun...

Jul 11 2008, 11:27am CDT

MIT shows Wireless Electricity called WiTricity

MIT shows Wireless Electricity called WiTricity A research team at the MIT was able to light a 60W light-bulb from a power source seven feet (more than 2 meters) away; there was no physical connection between the source and the appliance. The MIT team refers to their...

Jun 8 2007, 4:00am CDT

MIT's Humanoid Robot Domo

MIT's Humanoid Robot Domo The MIT works on assistive robots that adapt to people. Humanoid robot Domo is the current state at the MIT of an assistive robot that can help people in the household. Aaron Edsinger, an MIT postdoctoral associate...

Apr 11 2007, 2:00pm CDT

MIT Laser-cooling brings Coin-sized Object to near Absolute Zero

MIT Laser-cooling brings Coin-sized Object to near Absolute Zero MIT researchers have cooled a coin-sized object to within one degree of absolute zero with a laser-cooling technique. This study marks the coldest temperature ever reached by laser-cooling of an object of that size,...

Apr 9 2007, 6:00am CDT

Communicating Armband: The New Business Card?

Communicating Armband: The New Business Card? Everyone's been in the position where you leave for a business trip but forget to take your business cards with you (at least I hope I'm not the only one). So the geniuses over at MIT have developed the iBand, a "...

Jun 21 2006, 3:00am CDT

Live Video of the MIT $100 Laptop

Live Video of the MIT $100 Laptop I just love the Internet. Somebody somewhere makes information you are looking for available eventually. Dropping cost of bandwidth also allows for more videos to appear online also on personal blogs. Andy Carvin for...

Nov 21 2005, 1:26pm EST

Top Video on YouTube is MIT Media Labs I/O Brush

Top Video on YouTube is MIT Media Labs I/O Brush Story: Jack Olmsted YouTube is for videos what Flickr is for photos. The MIT Media Labs I/O Brush demonstration video published several hours ago has become the day’s favorite on YouTube.com, a free video hosting...

Oct 7 2005, 4:46am EST

I/O Brush

I/O Brush Kimiko Ryokai from the MIT Media Laboratory developed an interesting interactive brush for kids to explore the environment. From the I/O Brush Project page: "The I/O Brush is a drawing tool to explore colors, textures,...

Sep 19 2005, 2:53am EST

Blogs inside Video Games The MIT Technology Review runs a story with the headline: Videogames and Blogs: The Disconnect. The article makes the initial claim that there are not enough blogs about Video games out there in the wild. Well I...

May 9 2005, 11:00am EST

Speech Remote Controlled Airplane

Speech Remote Controlled Airplane Aeronautics researchers at MIT have developed a aircraft guidance system that allows a pilot in one plane to guide another unmanned airplane by speaking commands in English. The new guidance system is designed for...

Nov 8 2004, 12:43pm EST

Spinach powered Computer

Spinach powered Computer MIT uses spinach to power computers. MIT researchers have incorporated a plant’s ability to convert sunlight to energy into a solid-state electronic “spinach sandwich” device that may one day power laptops and cell...

Sep 24 2004, 2:19am EST

MIT shuts down controversial analog File-swapping Network

MIT shuts down controversial analog File-swapping Network The two MIT students who thought they'd found a way to give students access to a music library without running into copyright law issues, got shut down by the school. The "LAMP," or "Library Access to Music" system...

Nov 2 2003, 9:57am EST