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The software maker has all the technology, patents, design skill and engineering it needs to leapfrog Apple and Google and own the future.
New Windows PCs have always been the main attraction at Computex, the annual trade show in Taipei. But notable on the show floor this year is the growing presence of Google's Android OS, which is creeping into more and more tablets, televisions, set-top boxes and even PCs.
Supporting all existing Arduino Due libraries and even shields, but coming with onboard Wi-Fi and nearly 100 i/o pins, the DigiX makes me wonder why you’d bother with a Due in the first place.
We chat with Steve Mann about Glass, privacy, and the benefits of wearable tech.
Don't like the song playing on the stereo? Just wave it goodbye, literally.
The UDOO is a mini computer board does everything: Android, Linux, Arduino. It slices, it dices…you get the idea.
Plenty of eyes may be focused on Google Glass as the device attracts attention in the field of "augmented reality," but a crop of other players developing their own glasses-like products are also hoping to stand out as the industry matures.
Google Glass can, in theory, be used for lots of things, but sexually explicit material is one area now off limits to developers.
Google will not allow face recognition on its Glass wearable computer for now, until there are strong privacy protections.
Japan's public television broadcaster, NHK, is working on technology that will allow people to watch TV with their fingers.
Ashutosh Saxena bought an Xbox to play computer games at home, but discovered that the Kinect motion-detection technology it includes provides a rich tool for his robotics lab where he's trying to create robots that learn what humans are up to and try to help out.
It’s finally here! Arduino brings out its first-ever robot kit on wheels, and it’s on sale now!