From cyclists to crossing guards and children at play, a busy city street tests the autonomous car to its limits.
The Peres is a food sniffer that can detect when the food in your fridge has gone too far past its sell by date.
This glow-in-the-dark bicycle means that you're less likely to be hit by cars as you ride.
Nanomaterials attached to the outside of a food or medicine container warn you if the contents have spoiled.
The city of London makes its streets smarter and safer for pedestrians with a new crossing system called SCOOT.
Since 1990, more than 10,000 people have been injured by landmines in Colombia. SaveOneLife is a project aimed at lessening that number with a landmine detector that fits in your shoe.
The FAA is teaming up with model aircraft and drone enthusiasts to create new safety guidelines for autonomous flight.
This new piece of hardware does away with those annoying low-battery chirps, while offering more features than you'd ever think a smoke alarm could use.
As soon as you get your first Tesla Model S, make sure and crash it, because crashing is what Teslas do best.
A new study has concluded that using a cellphone to talk while driving may not be as dangerous as previously believed.