A small group of EPFL students captured second place at the international competition iCan with their bike light with an air pollution gauge.
French tech startup Wistiki late Thursday presented new high-tech devices to track down lost items from your smartphone, produced in collaboration with renowned designer Philippe Starck.
I wish I had all the time back that I've wasted looking for my keys.
Android phones are a dime a dozen. How can any of them really stand out from the crowd?
If you've used the fitness-tracking app Map MyRun, there's a chance that your password has been leaked.
For decades, conservation-minded homeowners have invested in programmable thermostats, which typically come with thick manuals showing how to use a dizzying array of buttons and settings aimed at saving money on heating and ...
Owners of home photovoltaic systems will soon be able to make their households even more sustainable, because PV power is also suitable for charging personal electronic vehicles. A home energy management system created by ...
No sooner have we got our heads around the rather spooky phenomenon of targeted ads appearing during internet browsing (how did Facebook know I wanted an electric bike?), than smartphones are set to take the conversation ...
From a camera-enabled collar dubbed the "smartphone" for dogs to a calorie-counting "smart cup", health and lifestyle technology is at the forefront of what's on show at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair this week.
The nation's 911 dispatch centers aren't really equipped for the mobile world.