A piece of research from MIT suggests a new technique for training speech-recognition systems -- by getting them to learn by looking at images. The results could democratize the technology for people around the world.
Spotify is reportedly experimenting with a new feature called Jump, which brings on-demand playlist streaming to its free users. That's a pretty sweet deal for free users who don't have the ability to choose exactly which songs play.
After Apple delayed the launch of its AirPods true wireless earbuds earlier this year, we might finally know the cause of the delay. Apple is reportedly having trouble ensuring the Bluetooth signal arrives at both earbuds at the same time.
Nanotechnology experts have created a smart silly putty able to register a spider walking over its surface. While attached to human subjects, it can also measure breathing, pulse, and even blood pressure.
Tesla Motors has gone from an obscure startup to one of the world's most talked-about automakers in a few short years. Digital Trends traces the company's unorthodox – and sometimes controversial – path to stardom.
President Barack Obama ordered the intelligence community to conduct a thorough investigation into the cyberattacks during the past three elections. Obama wants the report on his desk before he leaves the Oval Office.
Fitbit recently announced its acquisition of Pebble, and while it claims that it's aim was to get its hands on Pebble's software, all signs point to a new Fitbit smartwatch at some point in the future.
In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from…
Google's relatively new messaging app Allo is helping you prepare for the latest Star Wars film with stickers. A new update also introduces chat themes, and Smart Smileys -- a tool that suggests emojis based on what you're typing.