With tech called quantum dots, InVisage promises to surpass the limits of today's image sensors and vastly improve digital photos and videos. The first devices with its technology should arrive in early 2016.
Perch, which is part of Samsung's accelerator program for startups, uses your old smartphones and other devices around the house to check on your kids and make sure your home is secure.
Farm-to-table isn't just for foodies. CNET's Max Taves visited San Francisco-based Flow Kana to see how the startup is trying to give medical marijuana an upscale makeover.
Brendan Eich, who left the Firefox maker during a firestorm over his anti-gay-marriage views, says his new startup's software will make the Internet faster, safer and better in ways today's Net powers won't pursue.
The electric-car startup has some ambitious targets, including building a plant next year and producing cars in 2017.
Next won't have a working prototype until at least 2020, but its autonomous car concept is fun to consider. It's hoping to create transparent boxes on wheels that could couple and uncouple from each other as it travels through town.
Ashley discusses an out-of-the-box idea for a futuristic autonomous car, a kiosk that paints pictures on your nails in a snap and Tesla's plan to curb irresponsible drivers abusing its autopilot feature.
Two Skype co-founders form a new company, Starship Technologies, to try to lower the cost of package delivery with six-wheeled robots.
Uber's "disruptive" ride-sharing gets rubber-stamped in Canberra, the NBN shoots for the stars and Google gets a little over-excited and accidentally launches five new products.
A new technology called Freevolt converts the babble of radio waves into electrical power that can run wireless sensors and other devices.