Meet Honda’s 2014 Odyssey, which comes with — wait for it — the world’s first built-into-a-vehicle, crud-sucking hose.
We’re starting to see some of the DARPA Robotics Challenge’s contenders take shape: Carnegie Mellon just announced that it’s building an ape-like robot, but with tank treads undergirding all four limbs.
Germany-based 4tiitoo is working on the NUIA EyeCharm, a $60 eye-tracking attachment for Microsoft’s Kinect motion controller. The product seeks $100,000 in funding from Kickstarter.
As usual, I've been spending most of my South by Southwest Interactive conference hanging out and chatting with interesting people. On Sunday afternoon, I did so with Chi-Hua Chien, a partner at venture-capital firm Kleiner,
One of the most dazzling demos I ever saw at a tech trade show happened more than twenty years ago, at a Macworld Expo in Boston. It involved a new software package — then called Fractal Design Painter — which let Mac users …
With the threat of smaller, cheaper start-up efforts looming, Microsoft is pulling back the curtain on the future of its Kinect motion controller.
My panel on mobile local commerce is one of several TIME-related events at Texas’s gigantic tech conference, which starts this week.
No really, it’s a billboard that can generate up to 26 gallons of water a day from nothing but air.
Instead of fumbling for your keys when you get home, imagine just tapping your phone against the lock.
A contest to design a machine to produce low-cost filament for 3D printing has been won — by a Washington State retiree.
And here we have the latest BigDog video, wherein Boston Dynamics has outfitted man’s best friend with the ability to whip cinder blocks around.
CGI can make a character look and move like Audrey Hepburn, but it can’t make her Audrey Hepburn.