In Depth 8K displays, 6DoF tracking and a wireless form factor – Apple's mysterious VR/AR headset could shake up the industry in 2020... or sooner.
LEGO’s new Powered Up Platform will let kids control their creations with a smartphone app, and eventually code new actions through LEGO Boost.
Updated We don't know when third-party support will be added, but we do know which phones will go cable-free in the car.
Updated From promising AI tech to high-profile accidents, the road ahead for driverless cars is anything but certain.
With Alexa commands, you'll be able to lock or unlock your front door remotely with a four- or eight-digit PIN.
Facebook's audit of potential Cambridge Analytica-type violators is ongoing, but none of the now-suspended apps have been proven guilty yet.
Japan Display has created a VR-ready screen that trounces the pixel quality of today's best virtual reality headsets.
The Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 sits at the higher end of DJI's commercial drones, but it does with impressive specs.
From casing sites before a robbery to surveilling for potential police informants, criminals are using drones for nefarious ends.
Built by former Sphero engineers, Misty II's AI can detect and remember faces and objects, and even bring you a beer.
F8 2018 Using billions of hashtagged photos, Facebook’s 'weakly supervised training' method has made its AI slightly more effective than Google’s at labeling images.
F8 2018 From dating profiles to a way to wipe your browsing history, this year's conference was packed with announcements.
Brave Robotics and SoftBank will show off two-ton car-robot hybrid at an expo in Florida this November.
The eighth New Shepard reusable rocket launch takes Blue Origin one step closer to sending tourists to space this year.
Tile’s plan is to put tracking tech into all of your smart devices, then make them all pingable through a smart hub.
Japanese researchers compared living human brains and Neanderthal fossils to unlock what could have led to their demise.
Oculus’ haptic gloves could monitor how you interact with real-life objects, then mirror that tactile feedback in VR.
A Singapore-based robotics company plans to incorporate AI tech and Ikea's entire catalog into its two-armed assembly bot.
They hope is to 'optimize' the genetically-engineered creation to degrade plastics in hours instead of centuries.
'Rigid' robots are considered impractical for combat and recon, so the US Army has enlisted the help of a university to build invertebrate-like robots.