Are we finally close to living in the crime-free future promised to us in the movie Minority Report… and just how much privacy will we have to give up to get there as police departments go increasingly high-tech?
From a science-fiction dream to a critical part of our everyday lives, artificial intelligence is everywhere. You probably don't see AI at work, and that's by design. AI is changing everything. But do we want it to?
You can't 3D print a full piece of furniture, but you can 3D print joints that make building your own furniture a snap. In this article, we'll show you how to do just that, and create an awesome tripod end table that's partially 3D printed
While traditional telescopes can be difficult to use and install, Stellina offers up a simple, more user-friendly way to take a closer look at the heavens. This app-enabled telescope hopes to bring astronomy to the masses.
Jeff Patton, GE Lighting's general manager for connected home products, stops by the Digital Trends booth at CES 2018 and gives us a look at how GE is embracing the future of home technology with its smart light bulbs.
There's a lot to like about the Smacircle S1. Not only does the ebike weigh a mere 15 pounds and fit in your backpack when folded, it has a top speed of 12 mph and can scoot along for several hours on a single charge.
Want to create perfect 3D replicas of physical objects? Artec 3D's latest scanner can do so, scanning objects small or large and quickly rendering them in digital form -- as long as you can afford the price.
Two years ago, a band of friends created an awesome mechanical tribute to the legendary Atari game, Pong. Now, they're in the final stages of production and showcasing the final unit on the showroom floor of CES.
When you picture an electric wheelchair, the first thing to come to mind is something slow, clunky, and impractical. Whill's newest model is anything but those things, thanks to 24 individual rollers and robust app integration.
While Kickstarter itself has been around for almost a decade, 2018 is shaping up to be its breakout year at CES. This is the first year it has had a booth at the event, and 250-plus companies on the floor started on the crowdfunding site.
If you were waiting for DJI to announce a new drone, you'll be disappointed. But it's new Osmo mobile camera stabilizer is pretty cool, and the company's marketing director stopped by the DT booth at CES to tell us more about it.
Aerial photography is cool, but hauling a camera drone around can be annoying. AEE offers a simple solution. Chances are, you carry your phone most places; the Selfly is a small drone that fits inside a phone case.
We caught up with Furrion Robotics founder and CEO Jonathan Tippett on the CES show floor to chat about the X1 Mech Racing League and the company's Prosthesis mech, and even got the chance to climb inside.
Today's wireless charging tech has one big problem: It still requires users to place their device on a charging station. A company called Ossia promises that its new Forever Battery can charge in a truly wireless manner.
Mechs have long seemed trapped in the realm of sci-fi, but Furrion Robotics hopes to make a functional one. The company's plans go beyond building a mech, however; cofounders Aaron and Matt Fidler want to create a mech racing league.
SkyFire Consulting spoke about its mission to educate, train and advocate for the use of drones in public safety. It breaks down the roadblocks related to drone use and how Skyfire is helping fire departments save lives.
Artificial intelligence runs amok at CES, so we sat down with one of the pioneers in the field of A.I., David Hanson of Hanson Robotics, to discuss his latest humanoid robot and some of her real-world applications.
Not far from CES 2018, drone enthusiasts assemble at the Aerodrome for the annual Drone Rodeo, a showcase for the latest innovations in drone technology, and a place for ace drone pilots to strut their skills.
Knightscope, a security startup that deploys 400-pound autonomous robots in office campuses, sports venues, and more, is expanding nationwide. It's inking deals with mall operators and software firms like Microsoft.
We sat down with the 3D-printing company Formlabs' chief product officer to learn more about what's next for Formlabs and the industry as a whole. Looks like prosthetics and long-term projects are underway.
Actor and humorist Nick Offerman chatted with Digital Trends' Greg Nibler and Rick Stella about new technology he's revealing at CES 2017. There are times when a text message just doesn't convey the emotional impact of another technology, he said.
Join our Got It Made host as he meets with Hooperfly, a Portland company that's making it easy to create drones out of ordinary household materials, and putting Portland on the unmanned aerial map in the process.