Fashionistas, particularly millennials, like to personalize what they wear.
Smart devices are everywhere in your home — including your trash can.
Tired of having to constantly check your cellphone for directions?
Professor Einstein, a miniature educational robot, looks eerily like the genius himself — complete with the crazy wiry hair.
The Abu Dhabi Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training, ACTVET, will organise the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Innovation Week from 10th to 16th January under the patronage of H.H. Shaikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Council.
As many African women spend much of their spare time in hair salons, Ivory Coast’s chief librarian, also a woman, came up with a brainwave scheme to help them read and learn to read.
Westar Energy is increasing the use of drones for such things as inspecting equipment, navigating remote areas and managing some emergencies, as the utility tries to improve safety and efficiency while also saving money, company officials said.
Mobile video is changing the way we witness crime, from live footage of a mentally disabled man tortured by four assailants , to a recording that led to the manslaughter conviction of an Israeli soldier , to the body cameras designed to keep police accountable.
Chinese internet colossus Baidu is out to make a splash with ‘Little Fish,’ a family robot that is a voice-controlled virtual valet akin to Amazon Echo or Google Home.
An Israeli startup has embedded a molecular sensor called Scio in a new smartphone that can analyze any material — whether that’s the nutritional content of an apple or a person’s body fat.