Fossil showed off its second generation smartwatch, the Q Marshal, at IFA in Berlin.
Stories by Magdalena Petrova
Pico is an automated brewing machine that can recreate your favorite beer
ZTE revealed its latest smartphone, the Axon 7 Mini, at IFA and it looks a lot like the Axon 7
This homemade device delivers information about a plane's altitude, speed, and destination directly to your smartphone or tablet.
Soar Roadways has developed a modular system of solar panels which the company says can make roads safer and much more efficient.
Boston Dynamics' newest robot, SpotMini, is quiet, small, and willing to help out with the dishes.
Solar Impulse 2 is onto the 15th leg of its journey, flying from New York to Spain, as it attempts to circumnavigate the globe without using a single drop of fuel.
Roboticist and artist, Alexander Reben, says he created the first robot build for the sole purpose of inflicting pain on people, all to get them talking about artificial intelligence.
DHL recently announced the completion of a three-months-long test of its automated drone delivery system, the Parcelcopter. It works in datum with a packstation dubbed Skyport, which can automatically load and unload the drone’s payload when it lands and store it in one of the station’s lockers.
Two companies are helping to unlock the secrets of the sea with low-cost, easy-to-pilot aquatic drones.
With companies like Amazon and Google pushing for commercial use of drones, the U.S. government is under tremendous pressure to develop a control system that keeps order when hordes of drones flock to the skies.
As drones have gained popularity, so has the sport of drone fighting. Pilots from around the world gather to go head to head for a chance to become top drone.
Kites aren’t just for kids anymore. Just ask Makani Power, which is developing a smart energy kite that can generate up to 50% more electricity than a conventional wind turbine.
Seacharger hopes to become the first unmanned boat to cross an ocean only using solar power, during a month-long voyage from California to Hawaii.
Practice makes perfect. But for a collaborative sport like ping pong, it’s not always easy to find the perfect partner, so two brothers solved this problem by building the “Trainerbot.”