It isn't cheap, but keep an eye on this color-changing hanging fixture from Austrian startup Luke Roberts.
A French startup is developing this VR simulation rig, which is expected to hit the market in mid-2017.
CES will feature lots of companies making "internet of things" products -- and shaping the future of IoT security.
Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu produced more original TV shows and movies than ever in 2016. We list the big names, breakout hits and ones to avoid.
From "Westworld" to "Black Mirror", 2016 has seen a wave of TV shows and movies confronting the fantasies and anxieties of technology.
We all geeked out on "Stranger Things" and "Westworld" this year, but here's some of the best TV you might not have caught.
The browser maker's deal with Bitcoin info site CoinDesk is a step toward Brave's and those looking for an internet free of intrusive ads.
Rivian claims it would get the plant up and running in about five years.
Don't expect an upgrade like this to cost the same as the standard E-Golf, though.
For startups, having formal plans to address diversity just isn't a priority.
With 10 million users and counting, Australian startup Canva aims to make graphic design easy through a simple and free DIY design template service.
23andMe's CEO confirms it has stopped working on advanced technology that could help people learn more about their DNA.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.