This remarkable spherical screen can project realistic looking images that can be seen for miles around.
A cinema screening of the Caped Crusader's latest outing was recently interrupted by a rather topical visitor.
A Japanese professor has invented a new type of television screen that you can lick to experience different tastes.
The feature film script tells the story of a man who was attacked by aliens in a remote Scottish forest in 1979.
Astronomers have observed an extrasolar planet with some of the weirdest weather conditions ever seen.
A particular large Australian fur seal was seen this week wandering up a street and climbing on to cars.
The famous Betty and Barney Hill alien abduction case will soon be making its big screen debut.
Real-life clownfish have more in common with their big screen counterpart than was previously believed.
McLaren is working on a new technology that could soon see traditional windscreen wipers disappear.
Scientists have succeeded in creating an invisibility cloak using a type of material called a metascreen.
A man attending a Nevada screening of The Bourne Legacy managed to shoot himself during the film.
A material found in toothpaste, sunscreen, solar cells and at Wimbledon also devours air pollutants.
The well known abduction case of Barney and Betty Hill in 1961 is to be made in to a movie.
Long-lost footage showing Neil Armstrong descending on to the lunar surface is to be screened in Sydney.
A new type of display is being developed that would project a touchscreen display on to the user's arm.
In a peculiar new experiment Doctor Jack Gallant of the UCB psychology department has succeeded in reproducing on a scre...
Animated newspapers such as those seen in the Harry Potter books are coming closer to reality next month as America's En...
New research conducted at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago suggests that gorillas could be the smartest apes in the world. Th...
Reports on possible future technologies have revealed the concept of a television screen on the inside of a contact lens...