The space snowman visited by NASA on New Year’s Day is pitted all over and has a bright “collar” between its two fused spheres.
Japan-based All Nippon Airways has begun taking reservations for flights between Tokyo and Honolulu on an Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger airliner.
NASA’s Opportunity rover is silently marking the 15th anniversary of its touchdown on Mars.
Aptiv’s fleet of 75 self-driving vehicles have been navigating their way around Las Vegas streets for the better part of the last year now and have been learning as they go.
If you don’t make time for anything else this weekend, make sure to set aside some time to go outside and catch the lunar eclipse.
Robots and more robots marked just one trend at CES. Now that the 2019 show has wrapped up until next year, a look at some of the other trends, products that grabbed attention this year.
While there was little doubt among attendees that 5G will revolutionize the world, when that revolution will actually dawn is disputed.
The Golden Knights tested out puck and player tracking technology during games against the New York Rangers and San Jose Sharks this week at T-Mobile Arena.
Las Vegas is reviewing the potential implementation of Blockchain, a database technology in which information is decentralized and communally maintained.
When you purchase a bottle of water, do you think about where it came from? When you turn on the sink faucet, do you expect water to always come out?
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.