The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas closed its 2022 edition on Friday, after pushing ahead with a significantly downsized gathering despite surging Covid cases.
Driverless plows and autonomous tools to weed vegetable plots are the latest innovations ready to help farmers juggling labour shortages, climate change and environmental protection, while trying to feed a growing world population.
A ring shimmers on display at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), but this is no mere piece of jewelry – it’s packed with sensors capable of detecting body temperature, respiration and much more.
From ground to sky, and at home, robots have permeated into daily lives; Korean tech firms – both small and big – are betting on this fast-emerging market this year
A finger-nibbling plush cat and a cooling fan for the ever-present anti-Covid mask: the CES tech show in Las Vegas on January 3 offered a glimpse of the offerings at this year’s meet-up.
Dystopian nightmare or a simple convenience? A Swedish company implanting microchips under the skin is promoting its devices for use as a Covid-19 health pass in a country with thousands of early adopters.
After a year that made the terms WFH (work from home) and metaverse instantly recognisable for many people, there are a new set of technological trends headed this way for 2022.
Hong Kong was once world famous for its neon-light shop signs but many old masters took their secrets to the grave – now a generation of tech-savvy, globally connected young artists are trying to keep the trade alive.
Meet Khema: He’s about 20 years old with big cow-eyes and thick arched eyebrows with dark hair and brown skin.
It looks like a normal car but the white taxi by the kerb has nobody driving it, and communicates with customers digitally to obtain directions and take payment.