China has become the biggest market of wearable in the past … years. This trend goes along with an increasing interest in fitness and changes in lifestyle habits of the chinese middle class.
Uber and Volvo begin testing in Pittsburgh while Google, Apple, General Motors, Ford, Tesla and other competitors seek to bring autonomous vehicles to market.
Innovative technology developed for the military offers promise for agriculture.
Experimental 4D printing, in which objects can change their shapes independently, holds promise for medicine, infrastructure and other fields.
Four German engineers prepare for market an aircraft that takes off and lands like a helicopter but flies like a plane.
Two-year-old Slack, hailed as “the office messaging app that may finally sink email”, is the fastest growing startup to reach a $2 billion valuation.
Experts predict that autonomous self-driving cars will be on our roads as soon as 2020, but there are still plenty of questions that need to be asked.
From a driverless Mercedes prototype to controlling objects at the wave of a hand, here are some of the coolest products from this year’s CES.
An open platform toolkit for developers of distributed apps has seen tech giants Dell, HP, Google, IBM, Microsoft, and VMware clamour to join forces.
Whilst mobile money has been the next big thing for around a decade, a universally accepted system has so far failed to emerge. But if we look toward Africa, perhaps we find the catalyst for change.