At the IFA electronics show, CEO Boo-Keun Yoon promised safer, healthier, and more energy-efficient homes and said the transformation will come as fast as smartphones did.
What do you do when your country is gripped by soccer fever and you don't give a lick for it? In this ad, you turn off all the TVs with a spylike soda can.
"A Song of Weddings and Woes" graphics describe the big days for six Westeros couples. It's not all lace and flowers (except at Renly's affair).
A device called the Rochester Cloak uses an array of lenses to bend light, effectively rendering what is on the other side invisible to the eye. And you can try it for yourself.
The BAC Mono may have seemed too good to be true when we first got to see this single-seater, road-legal supercar but the Briggs Brothers have proved that it is, very much, a reality.
Oculus Rift helmets could show Formula 1 racing drivers invisible airflows to help them steer breathing cars to victory on intelligent grass racetracks.
If Apple is developing a fanless MacBook, it presents some interesting possibilities.
Imagination, purveyor of graphics chip tech to Apple, talks about the future of its GPUs with CNET.
Given the painful possibility that new iPhones may lose their shape when pressure is applied in pockets, forward thinking is required. Here is the answer.
Sure, Google's success is tied to one heck of a one-trick pony, but the company's efforts to expand beyond advertising finally are starting to bear fruit.