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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.

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Tablets Will Rule by 2016, Analyst Says

Tablets will become most users' main computing devices within the next four years, with a third of those in business, Forrester Research analyst predicts.

Disney Pairs RFID Chips, iPads for FastPass Update

Guests can test the new system, which involves FastPass cards containing RFID chips, with cast members tracking traffic via iPad.

Apple Saving Liquidmetal for 'Breakthrough Product'

One of the inventors of Liquidmetal says Apple is likely to use the alloy in its MacBook line, but not the next MacBook Pro.

Crowdsourcing Game Helps Diagnose Infectious Diseases

The free game assumes groups of non-experts can learn to recognize microscopic images of infectious disease cells with the accuracy of trained pathologists.

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Top Geeky Watches: The Good, the Bad, and the Downright Strange

These high-tech watches put some swagger into your inner geek.

D-Link DIR-605L Cloud Router Review: Strong Monitoring Capabilities but Indifferent Performance

This router lets you monitor and control some network functions from an Internet-connected iOS or Android device.

Samsung Galaxy S III: Watch Live Video Feed of the Announcement

Samsung is hosting a livestream of the event on its Facebook page while PCWorld will have a live blog.

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Live Now: Samsung Galaxy S3 Is Officially Here

Follow our live blog coverage of Samsung's London media event where Samsung is showing off all the hot new features of its next generation Galaxy phone.

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Event: What To Expect

The much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III makes its debut Thursday in London. Not much is known about the phone, but here is the latest on what to expect.

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