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Scary robots help demo the spatial awareness capabilities in HoloLens, which developers will be able to play with soon.
Krtkl's Snickerdoodle wants to become the Raspberry Pi for robots, thanks to the field-programmable gate array that lets it tackle more complex projects, like robots or drones.
The consumer Oculus Rift virtual reality headset will compromise on price in pursuit of perfection everywhere else.
Microsoft launched a new Preview build for its version of Windows 10 that's designed to run devices that are part of the Internet of Things, along with a development kit to help users test it out.
Bummer. Another bummer: Oculus still hasn't revealed pricing or launch day information about its highly anticipated VR headset.
Virtual reality Minecraft is on its way.
Some of the biggest names in PC hardware are onboard the 'Oculus Ready' partner program.
And even better, the new Gear VR works with all of Samsung's flagship Galaxy phones released in 2015.
Images of what could be the next Microsoft Band leak, along with the possibility that it will track you as you climb stairs.
iOS 9 will still roll out today as planned.
There's explosive growth in store for the wearables market, driven largely by an expanding list of smartwatch vendors, devices, experiences and price points.
Want to create a smart home terminal with a Raspberry Pi and a good touchscreen? The Raspberry Pi Foundation just made that project a teensy bit easier.
Is it a Nest Cam killer? The Nubo is packed with features, and even gives you security vision when you're on the road, and without a WiFi connection.
But is this even needed, since tests have shown the Apple Watch performing better than its waterproof rating even without a case?
The company also announced availability of the Moto X Pure Edition, the U.S. variant of the Moto X Style.
Energous' WattUp wire-free system powers devices up to 15 feet away from a router.
The Nabu’s combination of health tracking and on-screen notifications remains unique among fitness bands. Can Razer finally ship the darned thing?