The latest research from Toshiba means your next robot could be a Cyclops -- and still measure depth with one eye. By using colored filters instead of a second lens, 3D cameras for robots and automated cars could be cheaper to produce.
It’s always a risk to keep your smartphone naked. Why not take a look at the best Nexus 5X cases and covers, and see if you can find something that will suit your style and protect your new Android smartphone?
Leading the rest of the world, the Netherlands is now ready for the Internet of Things with nationwide Long Range (LoRa) wireless network coverage. Initial projects include baggage handling, railway switches, and harbor depth sounders.
Israeli defense company Elbit Systems is turning some heads with its robot warship, the Seagull. In a military first, the vessel this week successfully fired a lightweight torpedo via its remote Mission Control System (MCS).
Huawei president He Gang shot down earlier rumors of lowered targets, saying the company will definitely ship 140 million phones in 2016. It shipped over 100 million in 2015, becoming the third-largest phone maker in the world.
Catalyst Lifestyle, manufacturers of waterproof cases for the iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch, debuted a few new models at CE Week 2016 in New York City. One, the Limited Edition line for the Apple Watch 42mm, features "premium…
Inspired by accident when a photo flash reflection obscured his friends' faces, Saif Siddiqui now creates fashionable privacy accessories. Those who don't want photographers recording their every movement can now get relief.
Great ideas fail everyday, so when a seemingly silly Kickstarter campaign earns twice it’s goal in the first 24 hours, we take note. Meet the Basslet, a wearable subwoofer the promises to deliver bass deep into your body and soul.
Some drone owners seem unable to resist flying their remotely controlled copters in places they really shouldn't. Take wildfires. The aerial footage may be dramatic, but the risk to air crews fighting the blazes is enormous.