Large Animal Detection can warn you before a dangerous collision.
Free from any digital degradation, the disk will allow people thousands of years from now to learn about "ancient" languages.
Face and fingerprint scanners would eliminate the need for paper documents.
By a whopping 40 percent.
The Changhong H2 can tell how sweet a strawberry is, detect fake medicines, and measure body fat percentage.
A new encryption system uses each person’s unique cardiac rhythm as a password for electronic medical records.
While science-fiction continues to give robots a bad rap by portraying them as power-hungry overlords-in-waiting, tech companies continue to engineer humanoids that have a more altruistic goal: making our lives a little easier.
Researchers are developing implantable robots that could save the lives of heart failure patients.
The aircraft would be summoned from your phone like a ride-hailing service.
Many seniors live alone, but a robot design called ElliQ wants to make sure they aren't lonely.
Smart devices can monitor our pulse rates, skin temperature, and other vitals, and notice when they're off.
Attention, fussy coffee fans: you’re going to want to see this.
Hello Egg is like Google Home for your kitchen.
If you lie about that fruit you’ve brought back from another country, AVATAR will call you out on it.
The Hair Coach’s bristles send information about hair quality and brushing technique to a mobile phone app.
LEGO is teaching kids to program their own movable, talking toys.