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Prototype wearable would keep your face toasty warm, but could have deeper medical implications as well.
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We played virtual 3D Minecraft. We walked the surface of Mars. Windows' holographic potential may still be in progress, but it's already pretty amazing.
Microsoft's Windows Holographic is a 3D imaging and augmented reality system based around Windows 10 and a device called the HoloLens.
The app let people store and use reward and loyalty cards for making purchases
The agency will require registation only of devices that make claims of treating medical conditions
Proposed rules call for stricter scrutiny of devices that treat specific medical conditions and involve some risk.
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It's been almost a year since HTC introduced the well-received One M8. The company's flagship phone is due for a refresh, which is just what we might get at MWC in March--along with HTC's long-expected smartwatch debut.
Its future as a consumer product is uncertain, but Glass isn't going away—at least, not yet.
Partnerships are playing an increasingly important role for the beleaguered manufacturer
After a couple of quiet months, improvements to Microsoft's budding fitness platform are underway.
Google will discontinue the $1,500 Glass Explorer Edition, with no consumer launch in sight.
Some devices were conceived with the best intentions, but the execution fell flat. Still, you can't beat the ingenuity some of these vendors displayed.