MIT is working on developing an algorithm to avoid pedestrians and other cars by figuring out where they will be in the future
The deal gives Google a stronger footing in the emerging world of the connected home
Featured at last week's CES show, LG's webOS televisions aggregate live and on-demand content into a single, easy to navigate interface.
We came, we saw, we tried gear out at CES 2014. Here's what we thought was innovative, award-worthy, silly, and/or trending at this giant tech show.
It's only a prototype, but this Bluetooth-connected sensor that attaches to your racket looks like a great way to study your game.
This game is a demonstration of autonomous-driving technology right on your living room floor. Oh, and it's a blast to play.
Mimo's infant tracker keeps tabs on your baby's vitals, and takes the traditional baby monitor to the next level.
To get an idea of how a satellite-based Wi-Fi network works on an airplane, we took a ride on a 1940s-era seaplane for an up-close look.
Need a hug? Paro the baby harp seal is happy to oblige. But this is no toy—it's a sophisticated medical device for when traditional therapy animals aren't a practical option.
Now that TVs, appliances, and sensors of all kinds are joining our phones and tablets on the Internet, the next task is getting them to all work together with minimal hassle for you.