There’s great potential in using both drones and ground-based robots for situations like disaster response, but generally these platforms either fly or creep along the… Read More »This clever transforming robot flies and rolls on its rotating arms
Google said today that existing users of Huawei Android devices can continue to use Google Play app store, offering some relief to tens of millions… Read More »Google says its app store will continue to work for existing Huawei smartphone owners
Sometimes you need scrambled eggs. And with that thought, today at the Overland Expo in Flagstaff, AZ, Rivian announced a major accessory for its electric… Read More »Rivian debuts a pull-out kitchen for its electric pickup truck
When your game tops a hundred million players, your thoughts naturally turn to doubling that number. That’s the case with the creators, or rather stewards,… Read More »Minecraft Earth makes the whole real world your very own blocky realm
Update: An Amazon spokesperson told TechCrunch “This afternoon we had an issue that impacted some Alexa customers’ ability to interact with the service. The Alexa… Read More »Having trouble with Amazon Alexa? You’re not the only one. [Update: It’s fixed.]
I got my hands on DJI’s Osmo Action cam and took it out for a spin. Check out the video for my initial impressions. Video… Read More »Is the new Osmo Action camera a GoPro Killer?
For a brief time, DJI and GoPro were partners — or at least uncomfortable allies. Way back in 2014, the companies were joined together with… Read More »DJI is out-GoProing GoPro with its own action camera
As wild as it sounds, the race is on to build a functioning space internet — and SpaceX is taking its biggest step yet with… Read More »SpaceX kicks off its space-based internet service tomorrow with 60-satellite Starlink launch
If you’ve flirted with the idea of buying a robot vacuum you may also have stepped back from the brink in unfolding horror at the… Read More »Cat vs best and worst robot vacuum cleaners
A coalition of child protection and privacy groups has filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) urging it to investigate a kid-focused edition… Read More »Alexa, does the Echo Dot Kids protect children’s privacy?
A drone sighting caused all flights to be suspended at Frankfurt Airport for around an hour this morning. The airport is Germany’s busiest by passenger… Read More »Drone sighting at Germany’s busiest airport grounds flights for about an hour
Microsoft’s yearly Imagine Cup student startup competition crowned its latest winner today: EasyGlucose, a non-invasive, smartphone-based method for diabetics to test their blood glucose. It… Read More »Non-invasive glucose monitor EasyGlucose takes home Microsoft’s Imagine Cup and $100K
A development lab used by Samsung engineers was leaking highly sensitive source code, credentials and secret keys for several internal projects — including its SmartThings… Read More »Samsung spilled SmartThings app source code and secret keys
A set of new features for Android could alleviate some of the difficulties of living with hearing impairment and other conditions. Live transcription, captioning, and… Read More »Live transcription and captioning in Android are a boon to the hearing-impaired
The Home Hub has been a hit for Google, eclipsed only by the Mini in its smart home hardware line. That’s for good reason, of… Read More »Google renames Home Hub to the Nest Hub and releases a 10-inch Nest Hub Max