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World Tech Update - Sony invests in gaming, FAA sets drone rules, Mattel toy uses Google Cardboard

Coming up on WTU this week Sony will invest more in PlayStation, Samsung wants to bring wireless charging to the masses and the FAA proposes new rules for drones.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One 23 review: Slide-in PCs create versatile All-in-Ones

Lenovo's new 23-inch Tiny-in-One display doubles as a dock for the company's Tiny Desktop small-form-factor computers. The result is a pretty nice all-in-one.

Home of the future: moveable cook tops, a door that knows you

At an open house in Tokyo, Mitsubishi introduced a concept home with a door that automatically unlocks when its camera recognizes a family member.

Obama brings cybersecurity message to Silicon Valley

President Barack Obama wants the U.S. government and industry to work more closely on cybersecurity and went to Stanford University to deliver his message.

Obama: Cybersecurity must be ‘shared mission’

President Obama pushed for more cyberthreat information sharing between the private sector and government during a speech at Stanford University in California.

Tim Cook speaks cybersecurity at Stanford

Apple CEO Tim Cook has warned of "dire consequences" if tech companies can't protect the privacy of those who use their products. Giving up our privacy to digital technologies exposes us to greater risks than just identity theft and financial losses -- serious though those things are, Cook said in a brief speech at a cybersecurity summit in Silicon Valley on Friday.

Mattel revamps View-Master as a virtual reality headset

Mattel is bringing its View-Master stereoscopes into the 21st century with help from Google and virtual reality.

Obama homeland security advisor Lisa Monaco on cybersecurity

Lisa Monaco, President Obama's advisor on homeland security, speaks on cybersecurity at the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection in Stanford, CA, on February 13, 2013