Scientists create a “beam of darkness” that can make microscopic objects appear completely invisible.
Where can you access cable TV, Internet streaming services, and your recorded DVR shows at or away from home via a single device? Still only one place.
Canada Post will retire door-to-door delivery in the next five years (along with 6,000 to 8,000 employees) due to the prevalence of online communications.
This candy apple red monkey-bot could someday save your life.
Xbox what? PlayStation who? If you've already jumped ship to PC gaming, but miss sitting on a comfy couch and playing games on the big HDTV, then Valve's Steam Machines may be something to consider next year.
Google has acquired Big Dog and ATLAS robot creators Boston Dynamics. You know, the company that makes those menacing robotic dogs and humanoid robots that can fling cinder blocks around.
The Army has a fantastic way of dealing with those pesky Amazon delivery drones.
They're also being marketed for corporate presentations. That'll go over well.
Nissan is testing a system that allows electric car owners to reverse the power flow, using their cars to feed power to the building.
It looks like Ford is finally taking the future of driving by the not-so-proverbial horns.