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As the Computer Human Interaction conference kicks off this week, 800 presenters and more than 2500 attendees gather in Vancouver to present their ideas and trade findings.
With the release of the software development kit for Xbox Kinect, do-it-yourself techies can build all sorts of contraptions based off of the game console's motion sensors.
Apple and accessory makers are offering cases and jackets that fit the dimensions of the thinner and lighter iPad 2, which was announced on Wednesday. The iPad 2...
Virtual walls of shoes and interactive shop window technology were on view at the CeBIT conference in Germany this week.
The IDG Daily staff are looking forward to seeing more motion-controlled computing at the world's biggest IT fair.
Tobii Technology showed visitors to the CeBIT tech conference in Germany how its eye-tracking technology could control a laptop, even for game playing.
Austrian company Guger Technologies (g.tec) has developed a brain-computer interface that can be used to "type" short text messages simply by staring at letters.
A pair of Taiwan researchers have designed what they believe to be the first webcam-equipped antenna that can be unfolded from a laptop PC for quick scans of...
Even though we’re still waiting for flying cars, we’re already living in the future predicted by science fiction. Here are a few tech prophecies from sci-fi films, books, and TV shows that became reality.
If you ever use any of the alternative keyboard layouts available in OS X (System Preferences -> Language & Text, Input Sources tab), you know that some of...
Analysis: The M515 has a sealed bottom case that keeps lint out while helping the mouse glide across cushions, blankets and carpets with minimal fuss.
Executive Editor Robert Strohmeyer takes you on a tour of some cool CES gadgets on display at the ShowStoppers event, including a PC microphone that makes you sound like T-Pain and cute voice-activated bunny rabbits that can update Facebook or read your mail to you.
What will the future bring? We got a taste of what's to come in 2010. Join PCWorld's GeekTech blog as we take a look back at some of the hottest new tech of the past year.