A ransomware attack on Atlanta’s computer systems in 2018 was a sobering reminder that the infrastructure local governments must protect is no longer limited to roads, pipes and power grids, experts said Wednesday.
When it comes to smart bathroom appliances, you could say the Sands Expo and Convention Center is flush with them.
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.
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.
Efelya was created to help pregnant women monitor their potential health risks after co-founder Florine Duplessis battled her own high-risk pregnancy.
Sony’s robot dog Aibo appeared at CES 2019, the second time the canine with artificial intelligence has graced the Las Vegas conference.
A six-month pilot program is aimed at creating a smart lighting network and reducing energy use in downtown Las Vegas.
Fifty-three million American adults own a smart speaker, and the list is growing; the number of smart speakers in U.S. households jumped 78 percent in one year to 118.5 million in December 2018, according to Edison Research.
The future of the automobile may not only be autonomous, it may also fly, have touch screens for windows and calm you when you are angry, according to industry speakers at CES.