Rapid review: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition
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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
On World Tech Update this week, Samsung responds to smart TV privacy concerns, a new database promises a drone no-fly zone around your house and meet Google’s dog-like robot that likes getting kicked.
The prototype Bluetooth ring is mainly designed for workers doing maintenance or repairs so they can work hands-free.
Fujitsu's "RehaYell" is a rehab exercise game which uses Microsoft's Kinect motion sensor to improve your flexibility and range of motion.
Fujitsu's new technology uses LED lights to attach invisible ID tags that can only be seen with a smartphone.
A new robot from Boston Dynamics can stay upright even after being kicked.
Called the Airborne Launch Assist Space Access or ALASA program, it would be able to send satellites weighing 100 pounds or less into low earth orbit within 24 hours for less than $1 million per launch.
SAFFiR is a slow, lumbering humanoid but it could work with shipboard drones to find and fight fires