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Coming up on World Tech Update this week, the Apple Watch is coming in April, a small drone crashes at the White House and Motorola is back in China after a two-year hiatus.
Google hasn't given up on the concept of high-tech eyewear, but admits it must go back to the drawing board.
The new online store offers smart scales, home automation devices, and even a pet tracker with hooks into Jawbone's own fitness bands.
Is this the year that Qualcomm is dethroned as one of the mobile industry's top chip makers?
If it isn't Cortana, then what is it? The man who built Microsoft didn't elaborate, but he did have some cautionary words for the development of artificial intelligence over the next 30 years.
Your muscles, joints, or skin may hurt. It will make you dizzy and possibly ill. Have fun!
The $50 fitness band counts steps, tracks sleep and provides basic notification alerts, without the watch-like appearance of similarly-priced trackers.
Component shortages may cause supply issues, but first quarter sales of the Apple Watch will still total in the millions
The first Android TV device is heading to both online and brick-and-mortar stores.
The new band could be introduced alongside the HTC One M9 at Mobile World Congress in March.
It's not meant to be worn in public, like Glass. Its roots aren't in virtual reality, like Oculus Rift's. The augmented reality of HoloLens has specific work and play tasks in mind.
The holographic headset computer has the Cherry Trail chip, which will also be in tablets and low-end PCs
Prototype wearable would keep your face toasty warm, but could have deeper medical implications as well.
Ford drives into the Valley ... Oracle promises cheaper hardware ... Samsung-Blackberry deal still in play ... and more