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Music you can really feel — no, really

Music: Not Impossible makes backpacks and devices that allow users to feel up to 24 different sounds at once as vibrations.

Juliet Bennett Rylah • August 22, 2023

Is it possible to get younger?

Could we de-age and live longer? Maybe with $2m and some veggie gruel.

Juliet Bennett Rylah • January 25, 2023

What happened at CES this year?

A pee scanner, printable vitamins, flying cars, and dual-screen laptops. What will they think of next?

Juliet Bennett Rylah • January 9, 2023

CES starts today. Here’s what to expect

Lots of demos, lots of meetings, and perhaps another Rollbot?

Jacob Cohen • January 5, 2023

ChatGPT isn’t always right, but it’s fun

ChatGPT is open to anyone for free as OpenAI continues to test it.

Juliet Bennett Rylah • December 5, 2022

Tesla’s robot, explained

Elon Musk believes Tesla’s humanoid robot could be “much bigger” than its cars.

Rob Litterst • October 3, 2022

Why Big Tech wants to be in your car so badly

What happens when we can do stuff in cars other than driving?

Jacob Cohen • June 16, 2022

Digits: Taser drones, Domino’s woes, and charging cables

Plus: Disney’s India problem, and robots per capita

Jacob Cohen • June 13, 2022

Text-to-image AI generators, explained

Text-to-image AI generators are a powerful new technology that the world might not be ready for.

Rob Litterst • May 25, 2022

Are smart buildings a smart move?

Running your office building like a computer has some pros and cons.

Mia Sullivan • May 10, 2022

Are passwords over?

Apple, Google, and Microsoft agreed to roll out passwordless logins. Here’s what that means.

Juliet Bennett Rylah • May 9, 2022

Can you live forever on a computer?

People are building AI and VR versions of loved ones to live on digitally, even after they’ve died.

Juliet Bennett Rylah • April 15, 2022

Starlink wants to disrupt in-flight WiFi

SpaceX’s satellite internet unit is well-positioned to offer faster speeds and better connectivity.

Rob Litterst • March 23, 2022

Scent’s purpose in virtual reality

OVR Technology makes a device that adds scent to any VR headset. It’s got applications across wellness, training, and entertainment.

Juliet Bennett Rylah • March 3, 2022

Looking for love? AI might be able to help

A new survey shows there's a serious appetite for AI-powered dating apps, and virtual partners may not be as far away as we think.

Rob Litterst • February 14, 2022

Matterport’s CEO on the future of digital twins and the metaverse

RJ Pittman tells us why the $2B+ company is a tech leader in 3D technology and how it will help merge physical and digital spaces.

Trung T. Phan • February 9, 2022

The 1st Black-owned automated market is now open

Jamie and Jilea Hemmings’ automated grocery store, Nourish + Bloom Market, is stocked with healthy products. And it has 2 delivery bots.

Juliet Bennett Rylah • January 26, 2022

Will bots ruin Christmas?

Lawmakers are trying to stop Grinch bots from snapping up all the hottest toys this holiday season.

Juliet Bennett Rylah • December 1, 2021

Everyone is doing the metaverse

A roundup of companies doing metaverse stuff: Facebook/Meta, Microsoft, Dropbox, Autodesk, Nike, Niantic

Trung T. Phan • November 10, 2021

Google’s newest bet: AI-powered drug discovery

Isomorphic Laboratories is Alphabet’s play for the $110B+ drug discovery market.

Trung T. Phan • November 8, 2021

Is AI the future of drive-thrus?

McDonald’s sold its AI tech to IBM to scale voice ordering at drive-thrus.

Juliet Bennett Rylah • November 2, 2021

Product Roundup: Summarizing releases from Apple, Google, and Samsung

ICYMI: Apple, Google, and Samsung all announced new products and features this week.

Juliet Bennett Rylah • October 22, 2021

New patents from Snap, Airbnb and Ford

New patents provide a glimpse into the future of Snap, Airbnb, and Ford.

Trung T. Phan • September 24, 2021

Smart toilets, explained

Manufacturers are adding cameras and ML to toilets… to monitor your urine and fecal samples.

Trung T. Phan • September 9, 2021

How ‘metafabric’ could combat climate change and help you shvitz less

Metafabric can reflect sunlight and keep you cool, meaning less heat injuries and reliance on AC.

Juliet Bennett Rylah • August 26, 2021

Digits: A fidget toy boom, electronic noses, and geofence warrants

Plus: Coin shortages, hot air balloons, and Afghanistan’s mineral deposits.

Jacob Cohen • August 23, 2021

Not all deepfakes are bad

Metaphysic is a startup that was born out of a Tom Cruise parody account on TikTok, using deepfake technology to make stunning creative ads.

Rob Litterst • August 10, 2021

Amazon’s drone project is experiencing turbulence

Amazon’s UK-based drone unit is seeing layoffs and the project is broadly struggling to take off.

Jacob Cohen • August 5, 2021

The QR code wave is just getting started

QR code menus have taken off during the pandemic, and will likely lead to many more merchants adopting the technology.

Rob Litterst • July 28, 2021

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