Amazon's distribution network limits the company's deliveries to just a tiny fraction of the country
3D printing is all the rage this holiday season. One company wants to make it easier to recreate objects using a 3D scanner.
Unlike traditional Wi-Fi routers which use radio signals, this system relies on light to send and receive data wirelessly.
To celebrate 15 years in Beijing, the research division showed off a number of projects, including a Kinect sensor that can translate sign language.
Using simple radio signals, MIT researchers can pinpoint someone's location--through a wall--with incredible accuracy.
Pioneer updated its line of HUDs (heads-up displays), and it hopes the in-car gadgets will help keep drivers' eyes on the road instead of on a GPS device or other electronics.
Building a computer is a great way to get a custom configuration, save some money and have fun. In a how-to video, we'll show you how to build one in less than two minutes.
Panasonic and Acer believe bigger is better when it comes to tablets and all-in-ones. This video report from the IFA consumer electronics show looks at Panasonic's 20-inch 4K tablet and Acer's 24-inch all-in-one.
With millions of dollars of gadgets on display, the temptation to steal from some of the world's largest electronics trade show can prove too strong for some.
The 3Doodler, a sort of handheld 3D modeler, extrudes heated plastic that can be shapped into a variety of objects
The mission is in the early planning stages, but NASA has put out an animation of an ambitious project that includes capturing a near-Earth asteroid and sending astronauts into space to study it.
Watching a YouTube video typically requires an Internet connection, but with a little preparation the videos can be saved for later offline viewing.
The wearable concept from Plantronics is aware of which direction the user is looking, opening up a vast opportunity for software development.
Our video report on the Wearable Tech Expo highlights a smart posture and movement system and a fitness tracker.
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