Hoverboards may not be as far-into-the future as you think. This video proves that we’re well on our way to being just as cool as Marty McFly.
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There’s a big rig on the highways around Las Vegas and nobody’s driving. Oh, there’s a “driver” in the cab, but he’s handling some administrative chores while the autonomous system in Daimler Trucks North America’s Freightliner Inspiration Truck maintains its lanes, monitors surrounding traffic and runs at a speed of peak efficiency.
A high-tech company with a Las Vegas office has netted funding for expansion. Banjo, a California-based company that develops social-media apps, announced Wednesday that it received $100 million in funding from Softbank and BlueRun Ventures, a venture-capital firm in Menlo Park, Calif.
Las Vegas-based ArrowData is the first operation in the country to receive approval to use drones for electronic news gathering or “aerojournalism” as the company is calling it.
Apple Pay is debuting on the Strip this summer at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. By early June, the resort’s front desk, concierge, restaurants and bars will accept the new payment method, according to a Tuesday announcement.
To help parents teach their children at home, Tech Times has released a list of the best apps for home-schooling parents, but they aren’t all specific to home schooling.
Pornography is the biggest concern among parents when it comes to their child’s Internet safety.
New jets are in the works with wings that bend and twist in an effort to optimize fuel efficiency.
The Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao welterweight championship fight on Saturday in Las Vegas was expected to generate 3 to 4 million pay-per-view buys at nearly $100 each, but thousands also watched the boxing match for free thanks to Twitter’s video-streaming app, Periscope. Lawyers for Las Vegas-based Top Rank, the fight’s co-promoter, were looking into the alleged piracy Monday.
Smartphones have a location service that is made for GPS and other apps, but included in this is a memory of what you’ve been doing. These services can also keep tabs on exactly where you are at all times.
The Hard Rock Hotel said a malware attack may have allowed hackers to steal credit card information used at its retail and service locations.
The answer depends on where you live — and how you use it.
The piracy of Saturday’s welterweight boxing championship enabled by Periscope, a livestreaming app recently acquired by Twitter, is setting up a conflict that could be just as brutal.
If you’ve ever seen a Rolls-Royce with a painted pin-stripe down the side — that long, thin dead-straight line that goes from the just behind the headlights to just before the taillights — you’re seeing the artwork of Mark Court.
Apple sells its cheapest Apple Watch for $349, which is four times more than it costs to make. Can you do the math?
Students and teachers at Faith Lutheran Middle School & High School are getting a boost from the Las Vegas business community — a technological one at that. For more than a decade, the Faith Lutheran Business Advisory Council, a group that today comprises about 50 business leaders, has raised more than $450,000 to supplement the technology in the school’s classrooms.
Early adopters of the Apple Watch are complaining that a number of its key functions are disrupted by their tattoos.
With renewed interest in moon exploration robots might be the ideal solution and a German company has landed on the chimp as its model for unmanned lunar missions.
Google, which runs the world’s most popular search engine and email service, is also in the car business.
People with Google accounts can now download an archive of data with a list of all of the terms they have ever searched. And that should be a good thing.
Scientists hatched a new plan to eliminate space debris with the help of a high-efficiency laser system.
Three major music labels are all participating in a new agreement with the British government with the intention of helping parents quickly decide which music videos are safe for their kids and which aren’t.
Facebook Inc said it started testing its mobile calling app ‘Hello’ on Android, which allows users to connect with Facebook to see the identity and information about callers even if the number is not saved on the phone.