Welcome to 60 Sec Tech - one minute of what you need to know in the tech world. Today we cover the first “smart pistol” to be sold on American shores - the Armatix iP1.
Volvo is unveiling a new service called 'Roam Delivery' where customers can electronically send couriers and package delivery workers a one-time digital key to their cars. Jen Markham explains.
The firm behind the upcoming S-512 Jet, Spike Aerospace, plans to eliminate windows and replace them with display screens.
A new auto that was recently unveiled right before the 2014 Geneva Motor Show features something very different than what weâ€™re accustomed to.
If your Netflix video is taking much longer to load, you can blame Verizon, among others. The Wall Street Journal reports the problem is particularly acute on Verizon's fiber optic FiOS service. Netfl
Scientists from NASA and the Massachusetts Institute of Technologyâ€™s Lincoln Laboratory have successfully sent information back and forth from the moon to Earth for the first time using a two way la
A report hit Monday saying Apple could be expanding its portfolio, possibly purchasing Tesla and creating a device that could predict heart attacks.
Isn't it cool when actual technology catches up to your favorite movie? Samsung played to just that idea in this commercial for its smart watch, with the tag line "It's been a long time coming." And now, legendary Nike designer Tinker Hatfield has alluded to the next piece of movie tech that you ...
Flappy Pig. Flappy Super Hero. Flappy Plane. Call it Flappy Fever, but numerous games with “Flappy” in the title are cropping up in app stores and it looks like Google and Apple aren't having any of it. Take Flappy Doge, for example. Although not on the Google Play or Apple stores, it's just one ...
Popular crowdsourcing site Kickstarter should think about crowdfunding some tighter security. The site notified users Saturday their personal information may have been compromised due to a hacking incident. In an email sent to Kickstarter users, company CEO Yancey Strickler writes that "No credit card data of any kind was accessed by the hackers" and that "There is no evidence of unauthorized ...