Technically Incorrect: Australian police decide that their Twitter feed is the place to amuse followers after a house search.
The JetChill system hooks up to a CO2 tank to create dry ice that collects in special drinkware. Designed for the service industry, the device adds flair to cocktails as the dry ice sublimates.
A WiFi enabled sensor listens for danger while a colorful nightlight keeps the darkness at bay.
To sweeten the pot on the previously recalled Nest Protect, Nest adds features and functions via a Protect 2.0 software update.
The Wave gesture-recognition feature remains disabled, but the Nest Protect 2.0 software will help mitigate certain false alarms, and introduces some useful new features in the app.
The Google-owned device maker is bringing back its smart smoke detector -- without the problematic feature that caused the company to pull it from retailers in the first place.
Want to get started with smoke photography? Learn how with this tutorial. All you need is a dSLR, tripod and flash unit.
Federal agency issues recall of high-tech smoke detector. But most users can address the issue simply by connecting to the Internet.
Intel, GlobalFoundries and other chipmakers have built massive facilities to manufacture more powerful computer chips. It's all part of a race to prove they can keep pace with Moore's Law.
Technically Incorrect: A Colorado man is so fed up with his Dell computer that he takes it into a back alley and allegedly executes it.