Arguably, one of the best parts about driving a car is putting your foot on the gas and hearing that engine purr ever so sweetly. Well, that rumble may be gone forever — or at least replaced with a shallow, mechanical one.
Recommendations were prompted in part by the disappearance of Malaysia flight 370 carrying 239 passengers and crew last March. Continue reading
Exclusive: WinSun builds world’s first #3Dprinting villa and tallest 3D printed apartment http://t.co/2km9k62NCx pic.twitter.com/J6oJK9qYO3 — 3D printing & 3Ders (@3dersorg) January 18, 2015 A Chinese company has set another world first in 3-D printing living space. WinSun, the company that used … Continue reading
A big sensation at the Consumer Electronic Show this year was a preview of the autonomous driving car, a vehicle equipped with a supercomputing chip and software that can recognize other vehicles and obstacles. Special correspondent Steve Goldbloom takes the passenger seat in one of these connected cars. Continue reading
The Consumer Electronics Show, the world’s largest annual technology exhibition, is a launching pad for groundbreaking products, but this year, many of the innovations on display focus on improving the connectivity and interactivity of everyday consumer products, from a 3D printing pen to a GPS dog tracking device. Special correspondent Steve Goldbloom reports. Continue reading
The first book that Facebook-founder Mark Zuckerberg has chosen for his bi-monthly book club, “The End of Power” by Moisés Naím, has already sold out on Amazon. Continue reading
Earlier this month, digital strategist Amy Webb talked to Hari Sreenivasan on the PBS NewsHour about some of 2015’s top tech trends to watch. We have a breakdown. Continue reading