Before CES 2015 opens to the masses, exhibitors at Digital Experience hope to draw in press and analysts with new gadgets and tech.
HoloLens delivers a robust and surreal augmented reality that will leave even a VR skeptic slack-jawed.
A specially designed "space cup" would let astronauts sip their espresso in Zero-G style aboard the ISS.
Scrolls that were damaged, but not destroyed, in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius may now be read for the first time in nearly two millennia.
We're intrigued by the Amazon Echo, a 360-degree speaker that connects to the cloud and acts as a sort of virtual assistant (in a casing that looks a lot like a Pringles can). If people adopt Echo in droves, we have a feeling order products from Amazon will soon be easier than ever.
On today's show, we discuss Amazon's new cloud-connected assistant, Jimmy Kimmel hosting on both coasts via hologram, and some very high-tech ballet slippers.
Scientists have discovered that the universe contains twice as much infrared light than previously thought, helping us better understand the construction of space.
Apple Pay is already easy enough to use, but with a few tips you can tailor the experience to fit your needs.
You've made those calls. You've pressed 2 for Spanish. And you've waited till eternity. This new video exists to tell you that you aren't alone.
We've all dreamed about flying cars, but now that a production-ready model is about to make its debut, we're having second thoughts. Some people drive terribly on the ground, so we can't even imagine how bad it could get in the sky.