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By stimulating the spine, this exoskeleton helps paralyzed people re-learn how to walk

A team of scientists from the University of California, Los Angeles developed a robotic exoskeleton and spinal stimulation technique that'll help paralyzed people walk with some assistance.

Cool Tech

Pioneer is using laserdisc tech to help self-driving cars see

Electronics giant Pioneer has launched manufacturer trials of its 3D LIDAR sensor, which uses laserdisc technology to scan surrounding environments. Pioneer hopes to launch an inexpensive LIDAR system that could boost the capabilities of autonomous cars.


BMW announces smart home apps and more at IFA 2015

At the 2015 IFA Show, BMW announced integration of Samsung's SmartThings system, a new version of its i Remote app for Samsung smartwatches, and other tech projects and initiatives.


Samsung releases SDK for the Gear S2, announces apps from ESPN, Uber, Nike, and more

Samsung's released an updated Tizen SDK for the new Gear S2, and alongside it announced new apps from Nike, ESPN, and others. The development kit supports standalone functionality and features like the Gear S2's unique bezel.


Stuck on empty? Try Purple, a gas delivery service backed by the co-founder of Uber

Purple is an on-demand gas delivery service based out of Los Angeles. Using a free smartphone app, customers can order fuel in 10- and 15-gallon increments, and you don't even have to be with the car for it to work.


Leave your phone at home: TomTom's Spark Cardio + Music has GPS and onboard music storage

The latest fitness watch from TomTom enables you to workout with music, but leave your smartphone at home. It also has a heart rate sensor and GPS functionality. Find out more in our hands on look.


T-Mobile’s John Legere offers a checklist of how Verizon Wireless is screwing its customers

T-Mobile CEO John Legere is at it again. After Verizon changed it's logo, he found it a great opportunity to point out how the United States' largest mobile carrier is still screwing its customers.


Elon Musk Confirms Model X Starts Shipping Later This Month

Tesla CEO Elon Musk confirmed the first Model X units will start shipping on September 29. We also got word that Model 3 pre-orders will start March 2016, with a planned launch in fall 2017.


Forget the flat form factor, HDR is the finest feature on LG’s new OLED

The LG EF9500's flat form factor is all fine and good, but what's getting missed in the excitement is its ability to process and display HDR (High Dynamic Range) content for a more realistic viewing experience than ever before.

Home Theater

Logitech’s new Bluetooth keyboard can quickly switch between up to three devices

Logitech is aiming to help creatives work anywhere with the introduction of the new K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard and M535 Bluetooth Mouse. The keyboard will work with multiple devices for ease of access.


Why the Hulk will be a no-show in Captain America: Civil War

Hulk was removed from the initial scripts for Captain America: Civil War, says Mark Ruffalo, in order to preserve a big secret about his whereabouts after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Movies & TV

The rotating bezel on Samsung's Gear S2 is a twist of interface genius

Samsung is on a roll with designing nice devices, and the Gear S2 is its best-looking smartwatch yet. It also has a cool rotating bezel and Samsung Pay. Read our hands on impressions here.


Toshiba’s latest SSDs serve a pleasing blend of performance and price

Toshiba's new Q300 and Q300 Pro range of SSDs might be designed with different customers in mind, but they both offer solid performance with well-rounded features. The question is, do they stand out from the crowd?


New green-band trailer for The Night Before wishes you a raunchy Christmas

The new green-band trailer for the raunchy holiday comedy The Night Before features Seth Rogen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Anthony Mackie playing friends reuniting for one final Christmas Eve of debauchery.

Movies & TV