The latest kitchen appliance to go smart is your grill, and it's all thanks to Char-Broil and its SmartChef Tru-Infrared Gas Grill. It's a mouthful, sure, but it also promises to deliver a mouthful of deliciousness.
Without a single communications standard, IoT growth in smart homes and elsewhere will be stymied. The Open Connectivity Foundation is working on a single platform. The OCF has a fast-growing membership and a list of certified products.
A comprehensive leak may have spilled many of the details about the Nokia P1, one of the new devices to be launched by Nokia in 2017. Except the leaked device is very similar to one made by Sharp. Are we being deceived?
The Outdoor Retailer show in Salt Lake City showcased some amazing advances in outdoor gear, from synthetic insulation that mimics the best of down, to lightweight foam snowshoes. These are the best of the best.
A company that uses drones to capture aerial imagery for clients has just paid $200,000 to settle a dispute with the FAA. The FAA had accused it of conducting illegal flights, though the company, SkyPan, at no time admitted to any…
Japan has been making high-tech, button-laden toilets for years, but different companies adorn them with different symbols. This has caused some issues – and surprises – for foreign tourists, but the good news is that this is all about…
The security services will have enough on their plate at Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday without having to deal with a load of hobbyist drone pilots trying to get some aerial footage of the event. So it's warning people to leave their…
Facebook is putting its stamp on the world’s biggest startup space. Station F in Paris — which was formerly a railway depot — will be home to the social network’s first business incubator, dubbed “Startup Garage from Facebook.”
Adding to Netflix's already impressive collection of high-profile comedy specials, Jerry Seinfeld's popular web interview series will be shifting away from Sony's Crackle streaming service at the end of the year.
Facebook is reportedly not planning on renewing its Live Video deals with publishers. Instead the company is chasing longer, premium video content in the vein of Netflix — which could see it fork out billions for original shows.