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CES 2017: Bionic floor cleaner 'sucks up' solids and liquids at the same time

Liesl Nielsen  |  Posted  Jan 12th - 11:58am

China-based Hizero's first product, the Multifunctional Bionic Floor Cleaner, can clean both solids and liquids from the floor at the same time and was showcased at this year's CES.

How to manage the (polluted) air you breathe

Meera Senthilingam, CNN  |  Posted  Jan 11th - 1:41pm

More than 90 percent of the world's population breathes in air that violates air quality guidelines set by the World Health Organization, increasing their risk of lung cancer and respiratory infections, but also conditions including stroke, cardiovascular disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Behind the scenes at CES 2017

Liesl Nielsen  |  Posted  Jan 11th - 11:45am

Each year, thousands of tech enthusiasts descend upon Sin City for the annual Consumer Electronics Show, bringing innovators together from across the world to revel in the progress of technology.

Nokia is trying to make a smartphone comeback, starting in China

Sherisse Pham, CNN  |  Posted  Jan 9th - 11:47am

Nokia is launching a comeback — in China.

The iPhone turns 10: Insiders look back

Seth Fiegerman, CNN  |  Posted  Jan 9th - 10:54am

"We're going to make some history together today."

CES 2017: Robots can now fold your laundry

Liesl Nielsen  |  Posted  Jan 8th - 8:31pm

The world's first laundry-folding robot of its kind was revealed this week at the Consumer Electronics Show.

University of Utah technology on display at top electronics show

Jasen Lee  |  Posted  Jan 8th - 4:21pm

Scientists and engineers from the University of Utah are taking their innovations to the Consumer Electronics Show this week in hopes of finding commercial investors to produce their new products.

CES 2017: Top 5 tech products you didn't know you needed

Liesl Nielsen  |  Posted  Jan 7th - 6:09pm

From drones to smart fridges, there’s something for everyone at the Consumer Electronics Show. KSL strolled through myriad booths showcasing every type of tech imaginable looking for the most unusual finds of this year.

Prototype leaked for Apple's iPhone: 'You can see why we ditched it'

David Goldman, CNN  |  Posted  Jan 6th - 10:53am

An early prototype of the iPhone reveals how Apple considered making its iconic smartphone a lot more like the iPod.

CES 2017: 6 tech products that make a real difference

Liesl Nielsen  |  Posted  Jan 5th - 7:04pm

Thousands of tech enthusiasts have descended upon Sin City this week for the Consumer Electronics Show, and KSL has identified six tech products that are making a real difference.

Smart glove helps stroke patients rehabilitate

Selena Larson, CNN  |  Posted  Jan 5th - 11:48am

After his father and two uncles suffered strokes, Hoyoung Ban decided to develop a device to help people regain control of their hands.

Gadget makers offer voice controls through Amazon's Alexa

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Jan 5th - 10:50am

Amazon doesn't have an official presence at the CES gadget show in Las Vegas but its Alexa voice control software seems to be everywhere.

The weirdest tech from CES 2017's opening day

Selena Larson, CNN  |  Posted  Jan 4th - 9:31am

Beneath flashing lights and the din of pinging slot machines, tech companies are trying to convince the world why the stuff they make matters.

This is why you get worked up about politics, according to science

Jacqueline Howard, CNN  |  Posted  Jan 3rd - 1:38pm

A new study holds clues as to why we get so passionate about politics.

Utah teen's YouTube science channel reaches over 60K subscribers

Mabel Wheeler, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted  Jan 3rd - 11:55am

"Keystone Science," a YouTube channel created by a seventeen-year-old boy from Orem, recently reached 60,000 subscribers. The high school student does physics and chemistry projects and shares videos about them online.

Looking for space junk: USU project keeps an eye on the sky

John Hollenhorst  |  Posted  Jan 2nd - 10:25pm

Most people don't realize that thousands of pieces of junk are flying around right over their heads. It's in orbit around the Earth, and it's a big threat for serious damage and bodily harm. Now a new USU telescope is taking aim at space junk.

Apple AirPods review: Do they actually stay in your ears?

Samantha Murphy Kelly, CNN  |  Posted  Jan 1st - 8:45pm

After significant delays and months of hype, Apple AirPods are finally here.

17 things to look forward to in 2017

Emily Smith and Doug Criss, CNN  |  Posted  Jan 1st - 11:26am

Moaning about 2016 is so last year. If you're ready for a little positivity, here's a bunch of cool stuff we can all look forward to in 2017. Bring it on!

Leap second: Why 2017 will have to wait an extra second

Carter Williams  |  Posted  Dec 30th - 8:04pm

For those who can’t wait for 2016 to end, there’s bad news. You’ll have to wait an extra second.

Top 10 new tech products for 2017

Liesl Nielsen  |  Posted  Dec 30th - 2:15pm

While many have speculated that 2016 was one of the more disappointing years in recent memory, not everything was as bleak as it appeared. Here are the top 10 most exciting tech products rumored to be coming in 2017.