At least, that's what its Super Bowl commercial leads us to believe.
Bose has always taken great pride in its technical innovations and the quality of its products. But new CEO Bob Maresca is betting on a new approach to get Bose to the next level: telling people what this secretive company is all about.
Available as a full-size upright piano or a more compact keyboard, the One syncs with your phone or tablet and uses clever LED lights to help you learn to play.
The popular block-building-sandbox game is creeping into the third annual Hour of Code, a worldwide campaign to spark students' interest in programming.
Ashley discusses a drone modeled after an origami paper crane, a new and inexpensive personal transport from the owners of Segway and one ex-Google employee's plan to teach kids coding with the help of cute robots.
Dash and Dot are two adorable robots with the same goal: to help kids learn to code in a fun, easy way. With a companion app walking young users through the process, the company's creator hopes kids as young as 6 can learn and enjoy programming.
Roboticists at the Georgia Institute of Technology are teaching robots how to brace themselves for a fall.
Technically Incorrect: The company recognizes that its self-driving cars drive like robots, which isn't optimal behavior on roads populated by humans.
Tired of "Hey Siri" being triggered on your iOS device by anyone in the room? Read this.
Learning computer programming is hard, but Javvy wants to make it fun.