This intriguing technology lets you call up information on your smartphone by touching an object with your finger, turning your body into a kind of capacitive power line network.
Two new fitness wearables from Fitbit are set to launch in Australia soon: the pulse-monitoring Charge HR and the Surge 'fitness smartwatch'.
The Bolt concept, unveiled at the 2015 Detroit auto show, promises a compact and affordable all-electric vehicle from Chevrolet.
Volkswagen's concept hot hatchback combines haptic feedback touchscreens with touchless gesture controls.
Last year, Pioneer hit the road with Apple CarPlay first. This year, it aims to do the same with Android Auto.
You won't need a new car just to get Android Auto or Apple's CarPlay. Parrot's RNB 6 head unit will add both to any car you like.
Ford's Sync in-car infotainment is about to turn eight, making it one of the most well-established on the market. With version three, it's been completely rebuilt from the ground up.
A night of rain, and a demonstration of what today's tablet technology ends up feeling like on the sidelines of America's most high-tech sport.
Capacitive touch devices keep getting better and better, but the next step of natural interaction is to get rid of touch altogether.
Fitbit dives into all-day heart-rate tracking with its new Charge HR and Surge, but you'll have to wait until early 2015 to buy them. We went wrists-on.