Car companies displayed the latest trucks and electric vehicles at the North American Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan this week.
Spare a thought for the attendees of the CES tech show who decided to briefly leave their phones in charging towers.
With cyber-attacks increasing in frequency and severity, many companies are turning to insurance to cover their mounting losses. But can insurers quantify the risk accurately and could insurance lead to corporate complacency?
If you’ve ever wanted a robot to do the vacuuming, then the CES tech show has something for you.The Aeolus robot is designed to perform a range of household tasks – including mopping floors, rearranging furniture and putting away dishes.
If victory belongs to whoever’s virtual assistant can interact with the most unlikely range of household appliances, then Amazon has already won.
Cape Town, home to Table Mountain, African penguins, sunshine and sea, is a world-renowned tourist destination. But it could also become famous for being the first major city in the world to run out of water.
Sophia the robot is a celebrity in its own right.It has been on chat shows, given speeches and was even made a citizen of Saudi Arabia.
In Las Vegas this week you can learn a lot about the exciting potential of artificial intelligence. You can also be left wondering whether AI is a triumph of marketing, yet to deliver real improvements to the economy and the way we live.
Start-up Black Box VR has developed a full-body workout in the form of a 30-minute virtual reality experience.
You know an investment is somewhat unconventional when the Know Your Meme website is the main source of background information.