Meet the Oliver, a new slow cooker from San Francisco designers at Matter. But don't worry -- just because this kind of device was invented in the 1950s doesn't mean that it doesn't have all the functionality of 2016.
With Zika and other mosquito-borne illnesses causing their fair share of a raucous lately, this DIY mosquito trap using nothing more than an old car tire and a PVC pipe drainage valve is the perfect weekend project.
Press a button, receive your heart's desire. That's been the guiding principle behind the increasingly popular Amazon Dash Buttons. But staying dominant in the space may not be as easy for Amazon now that Kwik has raised $3 million.
Icelava is lens filter that acts as an all-in-one color temperature adjustment. By simply turning the filter, you can instantly change the color balance between 2,900-6,300K, but it comes at the cost of two stops of light.
TraffickCam is an app and service from the Exchange Initiative that helps crowdsource efforts to end sex trafficking by asking people to submit photographs of hotel rooms they stay at throughout their travels.
Capable of inducing nightmares based solely on its dance moves, Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robot is the latest creation from the Massachusetts-based outfit. Though owned by Google, a sale of the company is reportedly imminent.
Macunx calls its virtual environments “memory palaces.” They are, in essence, visual, spatial learning spaces which, Dr Ralby says, will enable users to memorize new languages or facts at a previously unimaginable speed.
It’s hard to think of a company more infatuated with AI than Google. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t aspects of AI that scare the search giant. In a newly-published paper, it reveals what those things are -- and what it's doing…