GHENT, Belgium (NBC/EBU) - A Dutch university working with a research lab said Tuesday it has made a huge breakthrough that can affect the way people receive information.
Scientists at the University of Ghent and IMEC labs said they can project words and images onto a contact lens with a mini-LCD display.
Words as small as text messages could be shown on the lens, but don't look for getting texts and Tweets on your contacts anytime soon.
One of the lead researchers said it will probably take three- to five years before the findings will be adapted in commercial ways.
First priority he said will be for medical uses for people with damaged retinas.
Emergency agencies from all over Hays County will be out in full force Friday at Dripping Springs Middle School as they take a new training approach to protect the lives of children.
Ten-year-old Cameron Ferweda is a fan of action-adventure books. Of writing them, that is.
The state's chief financial officer says a booming Texas economy has created an extra $2.5 billion in unspent revenue.
An armed robbery in South Austin set off a search for two men with guns early Friday morning.
Two school buses and a car crashed on eastbound Parmer Lane near Ranch Road 620 on Friday morning but there were no reports of injuries.
Ikea has officially declared a war against loneliness during the holiday season.