Silk production was a guarded Chinese secret for thousands of years. Now, researchers from Tufts University have re-engineered silk fibers to develop materials that can be programmed to respond to their environment.
When you look back on 2016 in the years to come, what will be the overriding memory you have? Great Kickstarter projects, of course. Check out our rundown of the year's greatest crowdfunding campaigns.
We've come a long way since technology first started terrorizing our pets with robot vacuum cleaners, and now, Samsung is showing us what the digital cleaners of 2017 will look like. Meet the VR7000, the latest from Samsung.
An innovative AI startup from Israel is using deep-learning AI technology to listen to machinery and predict whether it's about to go wrong. Wondering if your car engine has a problem just got a lot easier.
Packed with GPS and cellphone-grade technologies, the balloons are designed to report from inside active hurricanes, where they float around, coordinate movements, and beam back data about the environmental conditions within.
In 2017, a 4K, 60 fps action camera could hit the market and challenger-brand Yi Technology aims to make the first one. The company teased its new cameras during a pre-CES announcement over the weekend.
Featuring a 50-inch monitor, built-in tablets, hand sculpts and endless man hours spent on details, Super-Fan Builds' latest creation is something truly special: a one-of-a-kind, Dungeons and Dragons-themed gaming table.
The artist who offers physical cloud storage and custom avocados has a new product -- drone sweaters. While it started as an artistic statement, the artist says she received requests from owners looking to prolong battery life in the cold.