How do you solve a problem like climate change? Well, if an incredibly ambitious plan proposed by Arizona State University researchers is to be believed, you need 10 million wind turbines and a budget of $500 billion.
There are a bunch of unusual tools researchers are using to help diagnose illnesses. Here is another to add to the list -- the way that people paint. As it turns, out it could be a great early diagnostic method.
Leveraging technology for the sake of weary (and wary) mothers and fathers everywhere is toymaker Mattel, who has debuted a new device that is meant for baby, but benefits mommy and daddy. It's called the Aristotle by Nabi.
The unique security system can detect motion throughout a home using nothing but invisible wireless signals and patented spectrum analysis technology. It works equally well day and night, without the privacy concerns of cameras.
Who says "security" and "camera" have to always go hand in hand? Certainly not Cognitive Systems, which launched Aura at CES in Las Vegas with hopes of divorcing home security systems from cameras once and for all.
Created by Italian engineer Federico Ciccarese, Youbionic is a 3D-printed bionic hand controlled by muscle movement, making it a potentially useful tool for people with missing or partially functioning hands.
If you find yourself poking your partner at night or going to bed with freezing feet, the Sleep Number 360 smart bed may solve your problems. It raises your head when it detects snoring and warms your feet when it's time for bed.
What happens when you put a fish finder on an underwater drone? You get a 4K view of what's below the water's surface. The PowerRay fishing robot tracks and even baits fish with a 98-foot dive rating -- and sonar for scouting beyond that.