8K UHD and microLED TVs, plus a chameleon display mode, highlight Samsung’s new 2018 products and features.
Whether you’re a budding Christopher Nolan, or just want to share your latest adventures on Facebook, everything will look much better if you use one of these five video editors on your iPhone
The HomePod should keep itself up to date, but you can force a software update if you want to.
Apple’s next big thing might not be something you can wear, drive, or even touch. It might be your body itself.
Whatever you do, don’t compare Waverly Labs’ Pilot to the Babelfish from Douglas Adams’ novel The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Although you stick both in your ear to follow what’s being said in a foreign language, that’s where the similarity ends.
It is easy to imagine a scenario in future when all our household appliances operate according to voice commands, not least because hardware such as Amazon’s Alexa are already making this reality for some devices.
The latest in an exclusive line of track-derived, hyper performance-focused V8 super series models, the new Ferrari 488 Pista is set to be unveiled at next month’s Geneva Motor Show.
Physiotherapists and clinicians are now working closely with computer experts to design computer games that would promote specific body movements needed in therapy.
The chief inspector for digital policing at West Yorkshire Police in the UK has responded to human rights charity Liberty by claiming the deployment will actually help people’s fundamental human rights.
Despite the sci-fi inspired expectation that we will one day share our homes and workplaces with physical robots, there has been precious little real-life research into human-machine interaction over the long term.