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If you've tried Google Cardboard and are over the age of 30, you've probably noticed some parallels to those old View-Master stereoscopes. Now, Mattel is embracing the comparison.
On World Tech Update this week, Samsung responds to smart TV privacy concerns, a new database promises a drone no-fly zone around your house and meet Google’s dog-like robot that likes getting kicked.
The prototype Bluetooth ring is mainly designed for workers doing maintenance or repairs so they can work hands-free.
The problem doesn't appear to be as widespread as it was with the Force, but a number of users of the Fibit Charge and Surge are complaining of rashes after wearing the activity trackers.
Hardware constraints, user interface and lack of good reasons to buy one is holding back sales
Fujitsu's new technology uses LED lights to attach invisible ID tags that can only be seen with a smartphone.
Researchers found that fitness apps and wearable devices are equally accurate at this task.
Instead it’s going cross-platform, building an operating system that works with Android and iOS.
Apple's approaching the smartwatch market the same way it did MP3 players
Razer's Oculus Rift competitor isn't out yet, but the OSVR initiative already has one eye on the future.
Sony values user feedback far more than the trivial sums it raises on crowdfunding sites.
Requests will be honored by three drone companies but are not legally binding
Corning's next-generation glass will better withstand scratches, according to company officials.
Swatch plans to have an answer when the Apple Watch arrives this April, though a full-blown wrist computer seems unlikely.
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Demand for image sensors and the PS4 has narrowed Sony's expected net loss for the year.