Beta Test puts you in the front seat with host Lexy Savvides as she tries out crazy tech products and experiences.
Meet the Guardian XO from Sarcos Robotics, the world's first battery-powered robot that helps humans safely lift up to 200 pounds (90 kilograms) for eight hours a day, without strain or injury. It can make 100 pounds feel like it only weighs 5.
Superhuman strength is now possible for us mere mortals.
I tried the world's first molecular coffee from Atomo: coffee made without a bean.
The future of coffee might not include the humble coffee bean. Atomo has developed what it calls molecular coffee: Derived from all-natural ingredients, it looks and smells just like a regular cup of coffee. But does it taste like the real deal?
Meet the Guardian GT powered exoskeleton. It's time to power up.
Preparing for life on the moon or Mars here on Earth is serious business.
I tried to live like an astronaut at HI-SEAS, a simulator and habitat used to help astronauts prepare for life on the moon or Mars.
Thought Gore-Tex was just about waterproof jackets? Think again.
It’s chicken, but not as you know it. We try “clean” chicken from Just, a San Francisco company developing cultured meat products.
Where’s the beef? Actually, it’s a chicken nugget.
Step inside Caltech's Amber Lab, where researchers are making robots that walk like people.
Bipedal robots could explore Mars one day. But first they're teaching scientists important lessons about helping humans here on Earth.