Boston Dynamics' newest robot, SpotMini, is quiet, small, and willing to help out with the dishes.
When cars leave the starting line at Sonoma Raceway in California on Sunday for the start of the Toyota/Save Mart 350, they'll be taking part in the launch of a product designed to help NASCAR officials monitor and manage the 110-lap race.
Microsoft will stop manufacturing Surface 3 by the end of the year, which raises a big question: Will there be a Surface 4? Experts have mixed opinions.
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Even the noise from your PC’s fans could be used to steal the data inside. Researchers in Israel have found a way to do just by hijacking the fans inside and manipulating the sounds they create.
Vicarious is drawing from neuroscience, deep architectures, and generative probabilistic models to create technology that requires "orders of magnitude" less training than traditional machine-learning techniques do, it says.
For once, an internet riot worked. Oculus backed down from its controversial headset DRM, and didn't even make an announcement ahead of time.
"No math, no surprises," Uber promises.
Google's video service is jumping into a space that's exploded in popularity thanks to Periscope and Facebook Live.
Sure, games are cheap during Valve's Steam Summer Sale. But they're even cheaper when you buy them in bulk.
You can't put SSDs on Raspberry Pi 3, but a competitive board coming soon will have that option.
Users can now tell Alexa to control their air conditioners rather than using Tado's app.
The monthly security update is also rolling out to the AT&T Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.
This is likely the smaller and cheaper of two Nexus phones that HTC is building for Google this fall.
At a CE Week demo, these 3.0-inch thick speakers you can hang on a wall with two-sided tape rivaled competitors several times larger.