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Make Your Own Tech Accessories

Dashboard mounts, tablet stands, mouse pads--why buy them when you can build your own? Here's how to save money by creating your own tech accessories out of common home or office materials.


The Eyes Have It: Eye-Tracking Laptop Tech Demo-ed at CeBIT Conference

Tobii Technology showed visitors to the CeBIT tech conference in Germany how its eye-tracking technology could control a laptop, even for game playing.


How To Choose A Gaming Mouse

No gamer would be caught dead using that stock two-button mouse. Let gaming correspondent Sean "Day[9]" Plott walk you through how to select (and tweak) the right gaming mouse for you.

Swiftpoint Mouse Offers Easy Scrolling

The Swiftpoint Mouse boasts an innovative design and one of the most versatile scrolling mechanisms we've seen, but the required finger position--similar to the grip of a pen--may be uncomfortable for long-term use.

Kinect-like Peripheral for PCs Coming This Year

Israeli company that licensed 3D sensing technology for Microsoft's Kinect partnering with ASUS to bring Kinect-like peripheral to PCs later this year.

On Your Side: Is This Windows CD Genuine?

Plus: Replacing a keyboard under warranty, and a Toshiba notebook recall.

Livescribe Echo Smartpen Gets Slicker, With a Few New Tricks

The latest addition to the Livescribe digital pen family is better-looking and more comfortable than its predecessor, and it enlarges its range of smartpen skills.


MIT's Touchscreen Memtable Supports Multiple Users

Researchers at the MIT Media Lab are working on a conference room-sized table that can display images and text, allow multiple uses to input data and also record and playback the collaboration.

Waterloo Labs Makes Eye-Controlled Mario

It's a DIY, higher-tech version of the Xbox Kinect: eye-controlled NES.


Touch Mouse, Microsoft's Mystery Product?

Microsoft is messing with us via Twitter, revealing tiny image snippets of a mystery product expected to be announced sometime soon.