In an effort to keep its innovation at a 21st-century level, Dyson recently opened an AI-focused research and development center in Singapore geared toward advancing its work in machine learning and software development.
In a time when energy efficiency is becoming increasingly important, Sengled found a clever way to make its Element LED lightbulb carbon neutral, thanks to its initiative where it plants a tree for every bulb sold.
A patent filed by Amazon reveals potential plans for new technology that lets you control things in your home, like lights, with your eyes. The tech could make it so you can simply stare at an object with your eyes and get info or…
Nest wants to show you the door. No, we don't mean that it's attempting to kick you out of your house, but rather that it wants to help you better monitor what's going on within your home thanks to some new machine learning smarts.
The second-generation Samsung SmartThings Hub is now $20 off on Amazon, bringing to down to $80. This versatile hub is an affordable option for connecting and automating your smart home devices and appliances.
Designer Andreas Fabian and chef Charles Michel have developed the Goûte, a teardrop-shaped wand made of glass or wood. As preliminary research is suggesting, the joy people get from using it actually enhances the food's taste.
Gardeners without green thumbs know this all too well: Growing plants in the city can be a losing game. But there is a new Kickstarter campaign here to help. LumiLamp is a desk-sized incubator designed to grow seedlings indoors.
Herbert is a hydroponic vertical garden that promises to help you grow fresh organic food right in your home. It's the latest product to be released by Ponix Systems, a company started by self-described "tech freaks and urban farmers."
Amazon's digital assistant is capable of providing some amazing services. However, as many parents have learned, it's also capable of enabling some colossal parenting bungles. Here are a few ways to keep her a little more PG.
Located in Italy's gorgeous Dolomites mountain range, the Oberholz Mountain Hut pairs exquisite cuisine with breathtaking views. Built in 2015 by design firm Peter Pichler Architects, the structure resembles a fallen tree.