The new technology has been developed to help mask unpleasant odours.
Waiting outside may now be more fun than getting inside.
It might look like brand new technology, but this surprising system is on a train that’s been running for more than forty years.
Japanese manufacturer’s new technology would mean you’re never really riding solo.
Japan’s robotics industry is freaking us out with this new sushi-bot. Is it the harbinger of an impending robopocalypse or merely a futuristic way to enjoy lunch? You be the judge!
China has smashed its own Guinness World Record for the largest number of robots dancing at one time.
Can you guess what the bizarre-looking vehicle is used for?
The world’s first elevated bus that glides over the top of moving cars began its first test run today in Hebei province, China.
Leave your bag at home and fill up the pockets of this denim hoodie with all your tech instead.
The first self-driving cars will be seen on the streets of Japan from March next year delivering online shopping orders.
As if flying a drone around isn’t cool enough, imagine flying a drone that helps you catch the Pokémon in Pokémon GO that you couldn’t otherwise reach.
Good news! Tokyo Monorail has announced this week that it will be providing free Wi-Fi on the Haneda Airport Line later this year.
Osaka University’s PnueHound looks as excited to see us as we are to see it.
Your armpits, not to mention your coworkers, family members, and fellow commuter train passengers, will thank you.
This strangely therapeutic video shows us the magic of the “AgIC pen” that draws electrical circuits to light up paper cities.
A boat-inspired vehicle and a three-wheeler with built-in protection from the elements have been created in conjunction with a respected Japanese architect.
Tokyo Skytree’s operators recently announced a VR viewing experience exclusively available for rainy days, letting guests enjoy Skytree’s amazing views in perpetual VR sunshine.
With a little re-branding and a helping “leg” from technology, this wheelchair is ready for the 21st century.
Infographic argues that today’s youth really isn’t so different from the pre-smartphone generation.