If you keep track of the ways the iPhone is a revolutionary tool, you can soon add 3-D printing the growing list. A Microsoft research team has created an app that turns any smartphone camera into a 3-D
Forget point and shoot, it's point and scan Taking 2D photos with your phone is rather popular these days, but thanks to Caltech scientists, soon you may be able to wave your phone at an object and capture
Microsoft is finally letting developers build apps for the Xbox One. While the software maker has had a private SDK since the console's launch, that will start to go a lot more public today. At the Games
Microsoft knows that you probably don't trust it completely with your sensitive info, especially if you live outside the US. What assurances will you get that you won't be spied on, or sold down the river?
When Microsoft started selling a basic Xbox One package without a Kinect V2 for $100 less, the result was unequivocal: Sales took off. Most gamers can take or leave the ubiquitous depth camera, because