Artificial intelligence is “too important” not to be regulated because of the damage it could cause if left unchecked, the boss of Google has said.
Author Martyn Landi
A robotic shark and dancing humanoid robots are among the more unusual gadgets on show…
Fully autonomous cars will not be on public roads for at least 10 years despite claims from some manufacturers they will be available sooner, BlackBerry’s chief executive has said.
A new video streaming service designed only for mobile phones will launch later this year, with shorter programmes and full-screen framing whichever way a user holds their phone.
Samsung Electronics has revealed a tennis ball-like robot as the company offered its vision of a future where robots will be “life companions”.
A television that can rotate into portrait orientation to properly display videos from social media has been shown off at CES in Las Vegas by Samsung Electronics.
Sony has unveiled a concept autonomous car as it anticipates the rise of an “autonomous driving society”. The prototype houses 33 sensors on and in the car to help monitor its surroundings and those inside it.
A number of 8K-resolution televisions and an Alexa-enabled shower head are among the first products to be announced at CES.
More foldable smartphones and a new generation of games consoles are likely to be among the biggest new gadgets of 2020. Here is a look at what to expect over the coming 12 months in the world of technology.
A new computer module created by Bosch can be used to turn any pair of glasses into smartglasses, the company has claimed.