TN Note: One key take-a-way from this article is that "the main impetus behind the ramped up industrialization in Germany lies not so much with the consumer, but the potential benefits to multinational industrialists that will be its earliest adopt
Because it wasn't enough to piss off every major television broadcaster in America with his last company, Aereo, now Chet Kanojia is taking on the country's biggest Internet providers with a new start-up called Starry.
The open source operating system is fast becoming an essential building block of business, powering everything from drones and TVs to the infrastructure that tackles the toughest tech challenges.
Werner Herzog believes that virtual reality is getting ahead of itself.
Google is having a major freakout about some highly sensitive numbers that Oracle mentioned in court last week.
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Kink is getting a techy twist.
Autonomous cars function as ground-based surveillance drones
Interview with Jason Rubin, president of Oculus VR's worldwide studios
For the second straight CES, we spent some time hanging out with Osterhout Design Group (ODG), makers of the most badass smartglasses this side of Hololens.
Books aren't dead. They're just getting digitized, like everything else. While there's a real charm to owning a stack of bound paper that you can fold the corners of, underline, and read without staring at a screen, ebooks are far more convenie
Michael Crosswhite comes in studio to re-cap his recent trip to CES 2016 (Consumer Electronics Show) held in Las Vegas, NV last week, complete with all the cool techno gadgets that he saw there
The future, at everyone's fingertips
It's kinda nice when baristas draw little things like hearts or leaves in the foam on your cappuccino.
In the future, your local public works department might use a small, wheeled robot to repair potholes on city streets--assuming this recent Harvard graduate's idea gets funded.
The airline industry finally seems to be getting its act together. While the consumer electronics space over the last few years was bursting with innovations, the overall flying experience largely remained the same.
In a rapidly expanding universe, it can be hard for casual stargazers to keep track of all those stars, planets and constellations in the night sky.
Shotguns, radio beams and firmware updates are just a few of the ways being floated to stop dangerous drones in their tracks. Another appraoach that's starting to gain a bit of traction is drone-catching nets carried by drones themselves.
Watch Katie Linendoll talk to Parrot founder & CEO Henri Seydoux from the floor of the Las Vegas Convention Center about the Disco, the company's recent fixed-wing drone, announced at CES 2016.
Charlotte Rose, a former British 'Sex Worker of the Year,' is relishing helping 43-year-old Mohammed Abad--who has a bionic penis--lose his virginity.
The RTR Turborocket currently under development by Bossard Scientific Research & Development is a cutting edge propulsion system.
A couple of months ago, I disrupted my household by going on a treasure hunt. Drawers ransacked, closets deconstructed, boxes dug through. I was looking for a cellphone--and not just any cellphone, this cellphone:
The next frontier for the tech sector is the human brain.
For the third straight CES, we sat down with Avegant, makers of the Glyph personal theater.
I've tried a lot of different virtual reality experiences. Some good, some extraordinarily amazing, and some terrible. But mostly good.
For how excited everyone at CES is about the Internet of Things, most examples of it have tended to be pretty boring.
The 250 grams was arrived at by assuming what weight would be the lowest acceptable for a drone falling from 400 feet. Why 400 feet? Because that is the altitude at which the FAA has a solid claim of jurisdiction.
Tesla Studios (no relationship to Tesla Motors) recently announced that it has developed a full-body suit that will give the wearer a sensory experience to match the visual experiences now available through virtual reality headsets.
Tired of having to remember PINs, or having a wallet full of plastic cards? Well, if EyeLock has its way, you eventually won't have to.
Flir Systems has announced two new additions to its Lepton-based range of thermal imaging solutions.