Shareholders weren't exactly wowed by details of the updates to Apple's iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Watch.
Apple didn't sell as many iPhones in the quarter as analysts expected, but Wall Street doesn't seem to mind.
Ashley discusses an experiment to teach a drone to help a robot navigate, a special foam heart that could someday become a viable transplant and a super cute Japanese robot that also happens to be a smartphone.
If there's anything we've always wanted (but never realized we did), it's RoBoHoN. Sharp's robot-slash-smartphone can take calls, snap pictures, project images, dance, and melt our hearts into puddles of warm, squishy happiness.
Everybody likes robots, especially ones that are this cute. But how about a robot that doubles as a smartphone?
All smartphones can talk the talk, but few can walk the walk.
If you gravitate toward the devilish rather than the elvish at Christmastime, you just might want to head to Tennessee for an attraction like no other.
We got a glimpse at the Volvo S90 -- a car that doesn't yet exist -- using Microsoft's holographic headset.
With the new tablet going on sale this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook touts it as a replacement for desktop and laptop computers. But what about iMacs and MacBooks?
The 12.9-inch tablet will be available for online orders Wednesday and in retail stores later in the week. How will it fare in a sluggish tablet market?