In an era of self-driving cars and wearable computers, Sony delivered something of a surprise at CES on Tuesday: a new record player.
James Kuffner, the head of Google's robotics division and one of the original team of ten who started its self-driving car work, has left the company for a job at Toyota's $1 billion research institute in Silicon Valley.
Audi plans to begin testing highly automated self-driving car technology at a California race track that's more used to hosting auto races.
Asian electronic component makers are expecting Apple to cut procurement orders by about 30 percent in the coming quarter due to weaker than expected sales of the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, according to a Japanese media report.
Ford is planning to triple the number of cars it has on city streets and test tracks researching autonomous driving technology.
It's time for the electronics industry to make its annual pilgrimage to the Nevada desert for the CES show. Thousands of great products, and some questionable ones, debut at the show. Here's the pick from Monday.
Faraday Future's FFZero1 concept car is certainly eye-catching. Its design was instantly likened to the Batmobile and it features a "UFO line" that the company says "is intended to give the sense that this vehicle is not completely of this world."
Parrot has developed a distinctive wing-shaped drone that swoops through the sky at high speed and can be automatically controlled from a smartphone app.
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It's a frightening moment to watch and a sober reminder of the danger of drones. On Tuesday evening at an Alpine Ski World Cup event in Italy, a large drone carrying a TV camera crashed into the snow a fraction of a second after Austrian skier Marcel Hirscher had passed the point of impact.
LG says it will introduce a new version of its webOS smart TV software along with new televisions at January's CES in Las Vegas.
Google is working on a new messaging app that will employ artificial intelligence to bring some of the company's data smarts to a chat bot service in the software, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
Cars look certain to be one of the stars of January's CES show in Las Vegas -- testament to the advanced technology work being done by the auto industry today and a lackluster electronics sector that is still searching for the next big thing.
The FAA's new drone registration system went live on Monday, and it's ridiculously easy to use. Shortly after it went live at 3pm EST, I signed up and the whole process only took a few minutes.
A live demonstration of broadcast 4K television is planned to take place in Las Vegas in January at the Consumer Electronics Show.