The 100 Greatest Innovations Of The Year

Popular Science's Best Of What's New Awards, all in one place
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Jonathon Kambouris

Each year, Popular Science picks the 100 greatest new innovations in technology to feature in our Best Of What’s New issue. Discover the most exciting developments in consumer gadgets, sustainability, medicine, automobiles and more.

Follow links in the captions to our special Best Of What’s New website for in-depth analysis, Q&As, and our Grand Award winners.

Apple Mac Pro
Intel 14nm 'Broadwell' Wafer
WiGig
Samsung 850 Pro Solid State Drive
Corsair Gaming K95 RGB
POC Helmet Integrity System
Abominable Labs F-BOM
AvaTech SP-1
Shimano XTR Di2 M9050
Zwift
94Fifty Smart Sensor Basketball
Vision Aerial SwitchBlade-Pro
Polaris TerrainArmor
Acer XB280HK
KONE UltraRope
Whooshh Fish Transport System
U.S. Naval Research Lab Electrochemical Acidification Carbon Capture Skid
Solar Roadways
Philips and Green Sense Farms
Nikken Sekkei BioSkin
Crabster CR200
Newlight Technologies Aircarbon
Sydney, Australia
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Ford F-150
Porsche 918 Spyder
Rolls-Royce Wraith
Dolby Atmos For Home
IMAX Digital 3D Camera
Blue Microphones Mo-Fi
4K Streaming
Samsung UN78S9B
Sony Playstation TV
WowWee MiP
Sony α7S
Virtual Reality
Deka "Luke" Arm
Medrobotics Flex System
RevMedx XStat
Sproutling baby monitor
Clever Medkit
Black & Decker 20v Max Lithium Cordless Drill With Autosense Technology
LG EcoHybrid Dryer DLHX4072V
T-fal OptiGrill
Toro Recycler with SmartStow
Google Android Wear
DARPA Flash