Instead of replacing your whole smoke alarm for a smarter solution, the Roost Smart Battery is just a replacement for the 9-volt that fits inside. It can alert your smartphone when the device sounds, and you can call 911.
Kids these days. They grow up with iPads, smart homes, and now, picture books like "The Intergalactic Journey Home" that utilize mapping technology and NASA images to create "highly personalized story experiences."
Kennedy kickstarted his struggling brain research by implanting electrodes into his own brain in a controversial self-experiment. He reported his early findings at the annual Neuroscience 2015 meeting held last month in Chicago.
If you catch sight of a one-meter-tall robot trundling about your local store anytime, it's probably Tally, a new kind of bot designed to improve your shopping experience by making sure the shelves are always full.
Defense agency DARPA is nearing completion of an autonomous submarine-hunting ocean drone that possesses the ability to track and trail even the quietest submarines. Official testing commences in early 2016.
The Parc surveillance drone never needs to land to deliver data or recharge, so it can stay in flight for unlimited periods of time and still transmit data and stay constantly charged through its microfilament tether.
"Something big" is coming tomorrow to LeMall, the U.S. ecommerce site for Chinese consumer electronics giant LeTV. The company is expected to begin selling a VR headset, 4K video streaming box, 4K TVs, and more stateside
It sounds counterintuitive at first, but the drone doesn't just haphazardly set the wilderness alight and then buzz back to home base. Instead, this drone is designed to autonomously execute and monitor prescribed burns.
Researchers from Washington University in St. Louis have developed a method to boost the nutritional value of tomatoes using titanium and zinc nanoparticles , which help the tomato absorb more sunlight and better utilize minerals in the…
Disney's EM-Sense smart watch customizes your experience by identifying the objects you touch. The devices measures electromagnetic currents as they pass through the body even though they're undetectable to naked human senses.