Sony has confirmed it is setting up a video game development studio focused on Project Morpheus, the PlayStation 4 virtual reality headset.
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Struggling display manufacturer Sharp, reeling from fierce competition in smartphones, will push automakers to incorporate vehicle dashboards that have gestural commands, thin bezels and other next-generation features.
Burglar alarms could soon incorporate drone-detection technology if a new service from a Japanese security company is anything to judge by.
Japanese mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo has released a smartphone that can be unlocked with a mere glance.
Fujitsu has developed stamp-sized wearable sensor tags that can detect whether users have changed their location or posture, fallen down or are experiencing high heat.
Drones don't normally need wheels, but they can come in handy on upside-down roads.
Fujitsu has developed smartglasses that project imagery directly onto the user's retina with a laser, instead of using small LCD screens like other wearables.
You've got the perfect shot of a cityscape from your hotel room -- if it weren't for those pesky reflections in the window.
A California robotics startup is deploying a dual robot system to speed the delivery of goods purchased online.
Those who hand out the Ig Nobel prizes, awarded for the most outlandish scientific research, would do well to check up on CHI.
If you feel like you need eyes in the back of your head, there's a crowdsourcing app for that.
Casio Computer has developed an iOS app that lets users search for words in voice recordings.
If you're tired of using your fingertip or a PIN to unlock your smartphone, Yahoo suggests using your ear instead.
Former customers of MtGox, once the world's largest trading place for bitcoin, can finally file claims for lost assets.
South Korean researchers have developed an app that helps people with arm paralysis use smartphones.
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