The NYC Open Data Week challenge asked techies to “inspire innovation and solutions from a social, economic and environmental angle using open data.”
CES 2018, the biggest electronics show in the world, is underway in Las Vegas, and this year the focus is on artificial intelligence that could soon change your life. NBC business correspondent Jo Ling Kent reports for TODAY.
Off Grid Electric, a San Francisco-based company that develops rooftop solar and battery systems in Africa, has raised $55 million as it expands into Ghana.
A new joint project by the Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs (IPE)—a leading environmental NGO in China—and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is making it easier for clothing labels, and eventually even shoppers, to keep an eye on that pollution.
Keecker is the newest smart robot on the market. It doesn’t only want to be your smart speaker, it also wants to be your movie player, video camera, personal assistant, and more.
Devialet’s most popular speaker is aptly called the Phantom.
The Nuraphones have some pretty lofty aspirations and an equally high $399 price tag. They’re also far from the first pair of headphones to promise a custom sound profile — that seems to be all the rage in the industry these days. But even taking all of that into account, Nura’s first product hits the mark. Hardware is, as they say, hard — but while the startup seems built around one (admittedly cool) feature, it’s clear the company has put a lot of time, care and money into product execution.
Nura’s Nuraphone headphones have been crafted with the aim of adapting audio playback to your own hearing, incorporating novel technology and a hybrid in-ear-meets-over-ear design for better sound.