SAVRPak says its peel-and-stick packets can extend food’s shelf life by 50 percent.
Seoul Robotics and Intel’s Mobileye among firms at CES 2021 with new 3-D technology to support autonomous cars and smarter big cities.
Bicycle, e-scooter and auto companies are developing a bicycle-to-vehicle communication technology to make roads safer for riders.
A start-up in Tampa has patented software that displays what you would look like if you were to drop a few pounds or pack on some muscle while you work out.
A growing number of malls, airports and hotels have spurred demand for anti-contamination robots during the pandemic, and more are on the way.
A research team at Oxford University in the United Kingdom has published a study on a novel scientific process that would transform carbon dioxide in the air into an alternative jet fuel that could power existing aircraft.
A subsidiary of Harvard-backed BrainCo is trying out its prosthetics as it awaits FDA approval.
Each new Spin e-scooter will come with a black box housing a sensor and camera system that uses artificial intelligence to identify sidewalks, streets and bike lanes.
Digitizing musicians may be the next step in a concert-deprived world.
Boston Dynamics is widely recognized for pioneering the field of agile robots that are inspired by animals. Hyundai said acquiring Boston Dynamics will enhance its plan for autonomous vehicles and “smart factories."
The devices are used in homes throughout the United States, utilizing technology shown in studies to kill airborne viruses within enclosed spaces.
In January, Department of Defense contractor Ghost Robotics will unleash four semi-autonomous robots at Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida as part of a plan to replace stationary surveillance cameras.
The restaurant industry is reeling from the loss of the self-serve stations as some states inch toward what could be another round of indoor dining lockdowns. One small business is banking on the sector’s comeback, however, and has manufactured a device meant to help the industry recover.
As air travel gains some steam and coronavirus-related shutdowns return in pockets of the country, one of the latest iterations of virus-fighting tech at the airport is a germ-zapping robot at San Antonio International Airport.
E-scooter accidents were a big problem for metro areas before the pandemic. One company sees computer vision as a partial solution.
The robots follow action and sound so students at home can see more than just a static shot of the classroom.
As NASA moves towards the SLS’s first flight, putting the Orion spacecraft in orbit around the moon, there are concerns not with the rocket’s engines but rather with the computer software embedded in all its systems.
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The ultra-luxury pickup starts at $112,595, has 1,000 horsepower and can go zero to 60 in three seconds. And it has a "crab walk mode."
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