Parents will soon be able to track, log and judge the every movement of their offspring. God help those children
When you want to augment a digital image creation onto the real world, you'll likely need to point your smart device's camera at the kind of markers found in Sony's TV Size Guide tool or on the front cover of magazines like Esquire.
Ones that make smart glasses seem cool rather than creepy
Imagine for a moment, that you are at the farmer’s market on a Saturday morning, getting your veggies and minding your own business. Suddenly, a creepy guy with a comb-over approaches you. “Hey, there. I bet you like long walks on the beach and stra
Writer Steve Cichon recently purchased a pile of soggy old newspapers from the '90s for $3. You know, just something you do on an average Saturday.
We have all sorts of ways to communicate with one another: text messages, emails, Gchats and, according to my sources, even phone calls.
Different computing tasks can prompt us to open our laptops or reach for the tablet, while there are some that leave us somewhere in between.
They say that nothing takes you out of a fun situation quite like filming it – you stop being a participant, and start being an observer.
The last product I saw at CES 2014 was one of the coolest.
The original DJI Phantom quadcopter is now priced below US$500, and it's designed to carry a GoPro camera.
Last week at CES 2014, we saw one of the most intriguing smartwatches to date. The Pebble Steel takes the guts of the original Pebble and puts them in a snazzy-looking watch that could be right at home sitting next to a Rolex. Read on, as we compare
FLIR Systems, Inc. announced two new products at CES designed to put thermal imaging into the hands of consumers.
2013 is over, and I’m in the large group of people who are sort of glad to see it go. But in terms of liberty and technology, it was a great year! 2013 was also the year that a vast new majority of Americans turned their back on the overseas milita
Ernest pays Tribute to Jack McLamb - Out of respect for Officer Jack McLamb (the original 'Officer Friendly') who passed away this past weekend, we honor his memory, his fight for justice, his unwavering spirit even in the wake of persecution,
All this week, we'll be showing off the coolest, most futuristic, and strangest gadgets from the Consumer Electronics Show. Here we have the Scanadu Scout. Check it out in this video to see how it is able to read your vital signs -- without ever havi
Already one of the most intriguing combinations of sunglasses and camera technology available, Pivothead glasses just got a little SMARTer. The Pivothead SMART debuted at CES 2014, combining 1080p filming with a new suite of wearable technologies. Th
It's been almost a year since the 3Doodler debuted on Kickstarter, raising a whopping US$2.3 million in the process, and since then we've been curious to see just exactly what a "3D drawing pen" can do.
Pictures from the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 - Las Vegas, NV
Ernest Hancock is in Las Vegas, NV at the Annual Consumer Electronics Show, scouting out the latest technogadgets and technology....more pictures cont'd
Ernest re-caps his trip to the Consumer Electronics Show last week in Las Vegas; what his impression was about what was there (and what wasn't), the future of technology in the U.S./International - Bob Anderson calls in to talk about the CES
The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is always sure to entertain, and this year is no different.
Ernest spends 2 days at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and shares his experience and perspective on international commerce and the future of innovation in America and around the world.
Ernest Hancock is in Las Vegas, NV at the Annual Consumer Electronics Show, scouting out the latest technogadgets and technology for the future. Click thru for updates and photos as Ernest goes thru the event...
Sunglasses made with nanoscale optical technology hint at a near future of inconspicuous head-mounted displays.
Smart home appliances could become more common thanks to efforts by major companies including Lowe’s and Staples to make gadgets compatible.
A small band of creative types have crafted what looks like your average fashion accessory.
The iOS-controlled PowerUp 3.0 paper airplane is a Bluetooth-enabled bit of fun.
Scanadu Scout uses the operating system Nasa uses in its Mars rover To take a reading, the gadget is held on a person’s temple for 10 seconds ....
Google executive also pushes e-tattoo that reads your mind
The 2014 International CES is underway. The expo floor doesn't open for another day, and the crowds and the spectacle haven't even hit full strength yet. But we've gotten an early peek at some of the year's newest gear.