GDC: Intel showcases its Perceptual Computing tech
Mar 28, 2013 8:03 AM
The Vive headset marks HTC and Valve's first foray into virtual reality. Can it compete with Oculus Rift and Samsung's GearVR? The devil's in the details.
Coming up on WTU this week Samsung faces a complaint from a privacy group on eavesdropping TVs, Google debuts YouTube Kids to generate content and marketing opportunities and we let you know what trends we'll expect at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Three Austrian men had their paralyzed hands amputated and replaced with nerve-controlled robotic prostheses. They can now do things like pour water and pick up a ball, according to a new study.
Smartphone vendors are battling for the middle and low-end market, according to IDC's Ramon Llamas.
You won't believe the specs, build quality and price on the ZenBook UX305F. In fact, maybe it's not that the ZenBook is low-priced, maybe it's that the others are overcharging you.
Japan's Riken research institute is developing a robot that looks like a cartoon polar bear to help move elderly and bedridden patients into wheelchairs and beds.
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.
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.