Electronics

lookatme

Samsung teaches emotions

The company’s work with Autism Speaks Canada and the “Look at Me” app evolves into a new, awareness-driving phase.

gunnarollasurface3

Microsoft meets Gen Z

An influencer campaign puts the new Surface 3 in the hands of YouTubers in an effort to speak to younger students.

Coors-1

Ahead of the pack

From Periscope to VR, check out some of the early brand adopters of hot new tech.

lineup

Lining up for Samsung’s new phone

To promote the launch of the new Galaxy S6, a virtual contest gives consumers a different way to stake their claim.

Samsung autism 1

Cause + Action: Samsung looks autism in the eye

The electronics co created an app that helps kids with autism learn interpersonal skills, and launched it in Canada.

Smartypans

SXSW tech: phone-charging shoes and clever cookware

Here’s a roundup of some of the best inventions the fest has to offer.

Ikea-3

Check it out: Ikea charges you up

The furniture retailer is ridding the world of cables, one charger at a time.

Screen-Shot-2015-02-17-at-8.56.58-AM

Super intelligent attorney

IBM’s Ross could give your lawyer a run for his money.

trace

Tracing the action

The group that brought us Slyce now has a drone camera that tracks movement all on its own.

Keynote28

Connected everything gets polished at CES

How has the internet of things evolved for 2015, and which companies have new toys to show off?

rollkerssmall-jpg

What’s hot at CES

Will robotic plants be the next big thing? Can 3D food printers take off? Check out the cool tech from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.

best buy

Best Buy takes the mystery out of wearables

The retailer brings some levity to the vast category, trying to teach folks about the growing space.