You and your pet can be together (sort of), even when you're apart. PetBot, which launched an Indiegogo campaign on Aug. 31, has a petcam that provides a live stream and even snaps pet selfies for owners while they're away.
IFA, the biggest tech show in Europe is about to kickoff in Berlin, Germany. Here's everything we expect to see at the show from Samsung, Sony, LG, Asus, Microsoft, Intel, and more. TVs, phones, wearables, and the smartphone will power the show.
A massive mansion currently under construction in Florida would make most of us more reconsider living with our parents if they were the owners. Philanthropist Kiran Patel is building it as a residence for his family, which includes three adult children.
By moving the heating element from the bottom to the wall, LG says its new ProBake Convection line of ovens are more like commercial ranges and will deliver similar results. The ProBake ranges, both gas and electric, will be available in September.
SolarWindow Technologies announced that their new cells can be applied to almost any window and produce 50 times the energy of panels commonly in use today. What that means is solar windows could become the norm.
It's been almost 100 years since the first pentagons that can tile a plane were discovered, and researchers at the University of Washington Bothell just found a 15th. Get ready to tile your kitchen floor in a whole new pattern.
Do you like the idea of having R2-D2 scooting around your house, looking after things? If so, you'll love Buddy, a companion robot that's available to pre-order right now. Here's what it's like to meet him.
To help solve the problem of homelessness in London, an architect wants to build "parasitic pods" for them. They're called that because they attach to a "host" building. You can help fund the prototype on Indiegogo.
The Flamestower company's newest gadget is just finishing up its Kickstarter campaign. The Candle Charger does exactly what it sounds like: It turns the heat of a candle and five ounces of water into an electric charge, in this case, conviently funneled to a…
Despite the fact that home automation might seem like a relatively new thing, it's actually been around for decades. Don't believe us? Check out this completely touchscreen-controlled home automation system from 1985
You just had your phone a second ago, but now you can't find it. The second-generation Tile can help you find it, even if you have it set to silent or vibrate mode. It also tracks down your keys and other lost items.
Putting together a wedding registry can be fun, especially when you stick to things you want and not just what you think you're expected to put on there. Technology is playing a bigger part in modern wedding registries, so go ahead and put a TV on there.