Incontinence Lingerie Hits The Runway: A Brief Synopsis

Meet ConfiTEX, the world's first fashionable, washable, absorbent, padless and waterproof underwear  designed for those with embarassing bladder problems. Read on for a wee more information on this amazing, innovative product.

Invention Of The Week? Trident Is An Underwater Drone For Everyone

Sure, there are tons of drones high up above the ground, but a team of inventors in San Francisco, CA, are taking their drone in a whole new direction: underwater. So, what part of the sea will you soon explore?

‘FilmAid’Charity Joins Tsū Social Network & Helps Syrian Refugees

Syrian’s civil war is one of the worst humanitarian disasters of our time. Nearly 12 million innocent civilians have been displaced thus far — escalating impact on neighboring countries such as Jordan.

3D-Printed Metal Rib Cage Transforms Mortal Man into Cyborg

The wonders of 3-D printing have only tapped the surface of possibilities, especially in the field of medical applications. Read all about the world's first 3-D printed titanium rib cage and the cancer patient whose life has been given new meaning.

Don’t Get Hacked, Get Cujo

The next wave of emotive-tech has arrived. A team of inventors have come up with an ingenious invention that will ensure you never get hacked again.

While Cujo sounds like the next best thing on the security front, will hackers still find a way to access your computer, electronics and other smart-devices?

The 3-D Printed Adrenaline Dress: A New Electronically Charged Dimension

Meet pioneer fashion designer, Becca McCharen, and her new 3-D printed Adrenaline Dress, which represents a dazzling collaboration between the worlds of fashion and technology.

Axiom Is A Zero Energy Home

The Axiom House could be your next home ‘smart’ home. But what is the cost of owning one of these net-zero homes? And how much will you really save?

Too Lazy To Make Your Own Pancakes? There’s A Robot For That

Many tasks that fall under the banner of ‘common sense’ for a human can require hours of explicit programming for a robot. For this reason, engineers are hard at work developing robots that can be taught through experience and observation. Their first order of business? A robot that can make pancakes and pizza. Sounds like these researchers have got their priorities in order.

Can New Blood Test Detect Breast Cancer's Return?

Read on to learn more about the innovative blood test still undergoing research in England that may be able to detect breast cancer DNA  months before it would appear on medical scans.

Artificial Chameleon Skin Promises New Developments In Wearable Tech

As scientists get better and better at making lightweight and flexible electronics, artificial “e-skin” is becoming increasingly viable. E-skins find application in a variety of industries including wearable tech, health monitoring, prosthetics, and smart robots by mimicking some of the key properties of the natural organ. Now scientists have developed an artificial skin that actually surpasses natural human skin by incorporating the color changing capabilities of a chameleon.

Invention Of The Week? Stone Dome Is World’s Most Affordable Portable Oven

Calling all NFL tailgate lovers and backyard barbecue connoisseurs, your pizza is ready. An inventor from New York City, NY, has developed the Stone Dome, which is a portable pizza oven.

 So,are you hungry to learn more about this new invention?

Drone-Flying Schools Aim To Address Severe Shortage of Licensed UAV Pilots

China is suffering a severe shortage of qualified, licensed UAV pilots and the country's Civil Aviation Administration isn't sitting idly by spinning their whee-, er, propellers.

Asus' New Router Has Eight Antennae, 5.33Gbps Bandwidth

With 802.11ac support, three bands, and a whopping eight antennae, Asus can lay claim to the notion of world's fastest wireless router with the spider-like RT-AC5300. This thing should have no problems with 4K video and online game streaming... provided your ISP can keep up.

Made With Code: So Much More Than Just a Pretty Interface



Read all about designer Zac Posen’s partnership with Google’s Made For Code Program, which enables young students to explore computer programming in new and unexpected ways.

Acer's Revo Build Mini PC Lets You Stack Up The Upgrades

Generally, when you want to upgrade your computer, you have to open up the side panels and futz about with screws, cables, and connectors. Acer's Revo Build M1-601 wants to make that process much easier, using stackable, magnetized modules to add additional functionality to the base PC - though with some caveats, of course.