The Vanhawks Valour smart bike offers turn-by-turn directions via handlebar LEDs, and vibrates to let riders know about traffic in their blind spots. The Valour can also send out location updates if it's stolen.
Intel's $150 Compute Stick and Google's $100 Chromebit plug into your TV and transform it into a computer running Windows, Linux, or Chrome OS. Can these tiny computers change the way you interact with your TV?
Continuing with its plans to extend its customer base through open access, Microsoft announced on Thursday that it will now make its document scanning app, Office Lens, available to iOS and Android devices.
At this year's eVolo Skyscraper Competition, a concept for a re-imagined Time Square – entirely contained within a mile-high tower – has gotten a lot of attention. Would it be feasible to pack whole city neighborhoods into skyscrapers?
Tidal, an artist-owned streaming music service, aims to restore some of the inherent value of music that's been chipped away by free streaming services such as Spotify. Investors are optimistic about Tidal, but will it catch on with customers?