Intel showed off a wealth of future technology this week, from laptops with integrated depth cameras, (hackable) connected cars, and even solar-power solutions.
After working on a smartphone that can map a user's surroundings in 3D, Google is making a similarly featured tablet.
Amazon and Google have some work to do to win over Americans if this survey from the Pew Research Center is any indication.
Jules Verne would be impressed, but it's only one step toward an attempt to provide Internet access to remote areas.
The concept sounds simultaneously futuristic and bizarre. But mark my words: You'll get one. And sooner than you think.
Emotion-detection capability is coming soon to a wide range of mobile apps, thanks to several systems now available.
Think 3D printing is just for plastic knick-knacks? Think again. This one lets you print delicious sweets. Want.
2014's crop of 3D printers are more plug-and-print then build-and-calibrate.
Cognitive computing promises to change the game, as humans and computing devices collaborate, each performing the function best suited to its expertise.
R2D2 meets Robocop, but privacy advocates worry about the robot's implications