DARPA is looking to develop a smart bandage to help wounded warriors on the battlefield to help wounds get the time and care they need.
A new rule for drones will require owners to make sure they have the ID number showing on the outside to protect emergency workers.
Everyone could get a good night’s sleep with the Ford lane-keeping smart bed that keeps moving all night to keep returning restless sleeps back to their own side.
The cheapest Fitbit fitness tracker ever, Inspire, is meant for the corporate world with a goal of keeping insurance costs down.
After a family’s Nest security camera was hacked, Google sent out an email to users suggesting they choose better passwords for their Nest cameras.
The benefits of a smart toilet are obvious, but a tech team has come up with a smart toilet seat that can actually detect and help protect against heart failure.
Market research shows that the big big three of Amazon, Google, and Apple are cornering the market. Additionally, there has been huge growth in the last year in the smart speaker market.
A research project from Sweden is looking into how teams of drones can autonomously watch over a city’s infrastructure to more easily look for potential trouble.
IRobot plans to do the same thing for your lawn that it did for your floors. Instead of walking behind a big lawn mower, now you can just send the Terra robot vacuum cleaner to do the job.
Apple’s “Wearables, Home and Accessories category will soon create more revenue than Mac, thanks to the future of the IoT marketplace.
Japan is pursuing hacking into all insecure IoT devices ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games to see how many gadgets there are that are hackable.
There are many solutions to the airport parking problem, but none of them are ideal. The Stan robotic airport-parking system offers yet another option.
Amazon is once again rolling out something new, expanding their delivery into a fleet of autonomous robots, called Amazon Scout, to get packages to your doorstep
A California family had their Nest Cam security camera hacked, and it convinced them the United States was under a missile attack from North Korea.
We’ve been discussing self-driving cars for a little more than a few years now, and this means an autonomous airplane isn’t that far-fetched.
Google is looking to make smart home devices more interesting with a new project that uses radar technology to make any home object “smart.”
Nike is releasing a smart sneaker, Adapt BB, that auto-laces, similar to those in “Back to the Future” but meant for athletes.
The biggest concern of our lives increasingly being turned out to the Internet of Things is being more open to data breaches, and less than 50% of businesses can detect IoT device breaches.