Video roundup of the week's biggest tech stories
Virtual reality startup Oculus releases a new Rift development kit
At Cebit, a robot has bones and muscles like a human
IBM's supercomputer nicknamed Watson is at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas this week, but it's not competing on a TV quiz show, rather it's helping chefs come up with unique, personalized recipes.
The 19-year Sony veteran is leaving his post as president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America at the end of March.
Swiss auto maker Rinspeed presented its vision for driverless cars in an example that makes road travel more like luxury business travel on airplanes.
Go hands on with the new Galaxy S5 to find out more about the smartphone's battery-saving, security, and health-monitoring features.
In this video report, you'll see why Nokia's X, X1, and XL are more reminiscent of Windows Phone devices than of the Android OS they actually run.
Rest Devices' Mimo baby monitor can send information to parents' smartphones
TDRS-L will provide high-speed connectivity to satellites
MIT is working on developing an algorithm to avoid pedestrians and other cars by figuring out where they will be in the future
Featured at last week's CES show, LG's webOS televisions aggregate live and on-demand content into a single, easy to navigate interface.
A full body gaming suit from YEI Technology promises to immerse gamers in PC gaming. The company hopes to expand to consoles soon.
The robotic toy is controlled over your home WiFi network or a network created by the robot itself.
Xbox One and PlayStation 4 dominated the headlines, but they weren't the only stories of interest to gamers in 2013.