Smart car algorithm sees pedestrians as well as you can
AI could spot people crossing the street in virtual real-time, with few mistakes.
Microsoft formally recalls Surface Pro power cords
If you own a Surface Pro 3 or earlier, it's time to swap AC cables.
The US is looking into exploding self-balancing skateboards
America's CPSC has launched a priority investigation into the devices after a spate of explosions.
Taser's smallest weapon ever is for civilians, not cops
The Pulse will be available later this year for $399.
Toshiba's wrecking-bot will dismantle Fukushima
It will work where humans cannot.
Uber will allow nonviolent criminals to drive in California
The company will relax screening rules for those convicted of nonviolent or nonsexual crimes.
Samsung lets inspectors into its factories following deaths
But activists say that it's still not good enough.
Google's self-driving cars don't crash as much as humans do
Autonomous cars get in 27-percent fewer accidents per million miles
In & Motion's Ski Airbags aim to save your spine
It's like Bond's inflatable ski jacket from 'The World is not Enough,' but real.