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AiServe is developing assistive AI that ‘learns to walk like a...

Visual impairment is one of the world’s most common ailments. An estimated 253 million people live with vision problems, 36 million of which are...

Temi is a telepresence robot with Harman Kardon speakers and an...

Telepresence robots tend to be underwhelming. They’re expensive, for one, and not exceptionally user-friendly. And most aren’t intelligent by any stretch of the imagination. Temi...

Samsung and BBH tap AR and ‘Family Guy‘ to demonstrate the...

What do Family Guy and smart refrigerators have in common? Not much, you’d think, but Samsung and London-based advertising agency BBH found inspiration in the...

Neato unveils Botvac D4 Connected and Botvac D6 Connected robot vacuums

Leave it to Neato, a startup operating within 130-year-old German company Vorwerk Group, to shake up the robotic vacuum market. During a press conference...

Lenovo launched a bunch of smart home products

Lenovo’s got its hands in basically everything else at this point, so why not extend that reach into smart home devices? Today at IFA,...

Alexa voice control is coming to Toshiba televisions

Starting next year, many of Toshiba’s OLED, 4K, and Full HD Smart Range televisions will respond to Alexa voice control, the company announced today....

Google Assistant can now speak two languages at once

Starting today, Google Assistant can now speak two languages at once. At feature launch, Google Assistant will be able to speak a combination of...

ZTE’s Axon 9 has a coprocessor that boosts video framerates to...

ZTE has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons lately. The Chinese electronics company was the target of a U.S. Congressional bill that...

Amazon Alexa voice control is coming to Sony soundbars and headphones

Sony is bringing Amazon Alexa support to its soundbars and wireless headphones, enabling users to request music or ask questions with their voice. The Japanese...

Dell launches its first Inspiron-branded consumer Chromebook

Going beyond the education market, Dell is launching its first consumer-focused Chromebook with the Inspiron consumer brand. It’s the first built-for-consumer Chromebook with the Inspiron...