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Sensors look to put a step in immersive gaming

Reflx Labs’ Boogio wants to make any shoe a smart shoe by using a sensor insole and 3D accelerometer. Target markets include gaming and diagnostics.

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Reflx Labs’s Boogio wants to make any shoe a smart shoe by using a sensor insole and 3D accelerometer. Target markets include gaming and diagnostics.

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Hungry? IBM's Watson can help cook

IBM's supercomputer nicknamed Watson is at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas this week, but it's not competing on a TV quiz show, rather it's helping chefs come up with unique, personalized recipes.

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Sony shows SmartEyeglass prototype to developers

Google Glass isn't the only game in town—Sony has its own face computer in the works. You won't be able to play with this one any time soon, though.

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Hands on with Laster SeeThru, a direct augmented-reality challenge to Google Glass

Packed with sensors and offering a generous field-of-view, SeeThru has a lot going for it. But will its information overlays ultimately prove useful or distracting?

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Jack Tretton out at Sony Computer Entertainment

The 19-year Sony veteran is leaving his post as president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America at the end of March.

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No driver required for this concept car, but an espresso machine is a must

Swiss auto maker Rinspeed presented its vision for driverless cars in an example that makes road travel more like luxury business travel on airplanes.

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Roku slims down the set-top box with its new Streaming Stick

The $50 Roku Streaming Stick plugs directly into an HDMI port on your TV, bringing the full Roku experience of access to 1,200 streaming channels without all those cables.

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Privacy challenges stand between you and your own private robot

In this video report, we meet NAO, a nearly two-foot tall humanoid robot currently used for research, but destined for the consumer market -- if its maker can resolve privacy concerns.

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