With a growing number of millennials entering parenthood, many are turning toward technology to help them rear their children and maybe catch a few extra hours of sleep at night.
CES attendees lined up for as long as half an hour outside Google’s pavilion to see the new voice-activated abilities the Silicon Valley company is launching.
Soon the skies above urban areas could look like a scene straight out of the Jetsons.
Tap it on a color, and the small Bluetooth-enabled ring from Sphero Specdrums will translate that color into a musical note or sound that you can hear when paired with an app on your smartphone.
CES 2019 in Las Vegas was kind of like the Running of the Bulls, but with the densely packed throng goaded forward by technological devotion in place of pointy horns.
There was a time when CES was a safe haven for nerds, geeks and all manner of the uncoordinated.
Tired of trying to figure out the relative calories of, say, a 6-inch banana and an 8-inch banana? Illumidine can do it for you.
It’s targeted toward seniors and people with disabilities, said Ty Takayanagi, the company’s vice president of marketing and business development.
Nerve stimulation to treat neurological conditions has been around for the last five decades, but lack of knowledge about its use in part led to the rise in the national opioid epidemic, members of a CES panel said Tuesday.
You can wear them. You can stretch them. You can even dangle from them.