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Japan's Fuji Xerox Sends Staff to Tsunami-Hit Area to Digitize Damaged Documents

Japanese copy machine maker Fuji Xerox on Tuesday sent a group of employees to a city hit hard by last year's killer tsunami, to help digitize documents damaged...

Hand-warmer Mouse? iPhone Proximity Alarm? Pen Phone? Why Not?

It started with the "iWarm," a computer mouse with a rechargeable, removable hand warmer attached, and inspired other accessories.


Nintendo's E3 Is All About Games for the Wii U and 3DS

Nintendo shows us how to do E3 right by showing off tons of games including Pikmin 3, Luigi's Mansion 2, and Wii Fit U.


5 Very Cool (But Kinda Creepy) Mobile Technologies

Face recognition, voice identification, and augmented reality can enrich the mobile experience -- but they can also be abused in scary ways.


iPad Accessories for Music Lovers

You love your iPad 2. You love music. Now, if only there was some way to marry the two. Here are some new and exciting iPad accessories out there. All of the accessories listed are compatible with both the iPad and iPad 2.


10 Coolest Tech Devices to Bring to Work

While smartphones and tablets have stirred the bring-your-own-device crowd to action lately, employees have been bringing their own tech gadgets to work for years. Here's a look at some of the coolest BYOD tech, past and present.

Siri 'Lite' May Surface in Mountain Lion

A voice dictation feature is planned for the next update of Apple's iOS, effectively bringing some features of the iPhone's Siri to Macs.

Apple Patents Hint of 'iPen' Stylus for iPad, iPhone

Recent patent applications are for a stylus, dubbed the iPen, that could use haptic or optical technology to work with the company's iOS devices.

Judge Won't Let You Get Your Game On, Recommends Xbox 360 Ban

An ITC judges wants to prevent the import and sale of Xbox 360s in the United States.

Maker Faire 2012: A Gallery of Creations

Robots, Lego cities, music and more -- do-it-yourselfers showcase their ideas, inventions, and gadgets at the annual get-together.


Disney Technology Turns Everything into a Touch Device

Touche's "swept frequency capacitive sensing" can processing far more information than current touch sensors, detecting gestures body position.


New Sony Projector Can Show, Record Notes Scribbled Onto the Screen

Sony said Monday it will sell a projector that displays and saves notes scribbled onto the images it projects.


Skynet Espionage Begins: Unmanned Drone Creates 3D Models

New software from Autodesk lets you use regular pictures to create 3D models.