At the IFA show, the electronics maker shows two products and two prototypes with wireless communications abilities. Expect more as the Internet-of-things idea spreads.
Green project Phyto Kinetic aims to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide emissions in the air -- while adding a little color to concrete jungles.
Relying on UV in sunlight as a purifier, the Solar Bag could help people without clean drinking water.
An imaginative New Yorker takes home the top prize in Google's annual contest for her doodle of a device that transforms dirty water into something clean and drinkable.
The company known for its wireless routers and accessories is amping up its efforts in automated home products, switch by switch and pipe by pipe.
In an in-depth interview, Henry Samueli predicts a lot more bits in our future with multigigabit Wi-Fi, LTE, and home broadband. Moore's Law is a tougher challenge, but Broadcom plans high-end CPUs, too.
Highly experimental prototype dress called Herself is sprayed with a chemical that absorbs pollutants such as nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide. But is it machine washable?
Philips puts the Internet in home gadgets, 3Doodler unleashes your inner doodle artist, and mobile carriers set the time for Galaxy Gear's launch.
This year's batch of springtime hijinks from the greater tech community includes the usual onslaught from Google, along with notable entrants from Nokia, Twitter, and even Wolfram Alpha.
The U.S. Army is sending to Afghanistan units of a new water purification system that uses common bacterial strains to create potable water in less than a day.