Sony has quietly kept its name away from the FES smartwatch, which has followed in the footsteps of the Pebble and raised big bucks from crowdfunding.
The smartwatch, which could be unveiled as early as next year, will emphasize style over tech features, reports Bloomberg.
Boston Dynamics unveiled Atlas, a 6'3" robot that appears to be learning karate moves. We say this decision can't possibly end well, but there's also the possibility these robots are being trained to fight an impending alien invasion we're not aware of yet.
On today's show, we giggle at a Japanese bra that changes patterns and color with the right kind of contact, worry about the dangers of teaching robots karate, and start saving for the futuristic watercraft called the Quadrofoil.
Visiting Tokyoflash Japan, maker of puzzling wristwatches, was nothing like we expected. Crave gets some hands-on time with the company's first electronic-paper watch.
Flexible displays will reach Europe this month, according to LG. Could this mean e-book readers take a leaf out of traditional paperbacks?
Facebook's Paper is a new and attractive way to browse the social network and get the latest news, but its unclear why it's better to have two Facebook apps rather than one.
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E Ink debuts its color e-paper, known as E Ink Triton, with Chinese manufacturer Hanvon set to release its first color e-book reader next March.
The PlayStation TV sounds great on paper, but out of the gate, it underwhelms as both a gaming and an entertainment box.
A prestigious scientific journal, faced with pressure from paper-sharing sites on the Internet, has made it possible for subscribers to grant others access.