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It started with the "iWarm," a computer mouse with a rechargeable, removable hand warmer attached, and inspired other accessories.
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Face recognition, voice identification, and augmented reality can enrich the mobile experience -- but they can also be abused in scary ways.
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.
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.
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.
An ITC judges wants to prevent the import and sale of Xbox 360s in the United States.
Touche's "swept frequency capacitive sensing" can processing far more information than current touch sensors, detecting gestures body position.
Sony said Monday it will sell a projector that displays and saves notes scribbled onto the images it projects.
New software from Autodesk lets you use regular pictures to create 3D models.
Google dazzles our imagination with its augmented reality glasses, but could the Internet behemoth have a diamond or a dud on its hands?