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Meta wants to augment your world with the 'Iron Man' interface

When someone tells you they have a pair of augmented reality glasses with an interface designed by the same Hollywood staple who created the Iron Man suit's UI, you listen. Then, you ask if you can put them on.<p>The glasses come from Meta, a small company with huge dreams that's already comparing …

CES 2014: Parrot's latest app-driven toys jump and fly

<b>A two-wheeled "robot insect" that can launch itself into the air, and a "miniature" flying drone are the latest hi-tech toys to be unveiled by Parrot.</b><p>The French firm is showing off its latest products at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.<p>Both can be controlled using a smartphone or …

Major Lazer and Snoop Lion Pokébattle in a pixel art music video

Snoop Lion's crossover to reggae-pop with <i>Reincarnated</i> may have met with mixed reviews, but perhaps one thing everyone can agree on is his gaming-inspired music video for "Get Away" is a triumph. The video pulls you into a pixel art world inhabited by Snoop and Major Lazer, the track's producer. …

The new Sphero 2B looks like a lot of fun, and then some

Here’s my first personal highlight of CES 2014: Orbotix, the maker of the Sphero, introduced a new version of its fast little robot Sunday. And …

Haloband Lets You Control Your Smartphone With A Tap On Your Wrist

The rise of mobile has given me so much: 24/7 connections with friends around the world, information exactly when I need it, the ability to track my fitness and health goals. Unfortunately, it’s also given me a complex about my giant sausage fingers and their constant inability to navigate the tiny …

Augmented-reality contact lenses to be human-ready at CES

Anyone who has ever dreamed up a sci-fi future in which neon interfaces float in front of us and information exists not on screens, but projected onto our eyes, is likely watching the blossoming wearable technology market with great anticipation. With its iOptik system, wearables startup Innovega …

Sinister gamepad hopes to replace PC gamers' keyboards, leaves the mouse (hands-on)

Putting aside arguments over platform exclusives, graphical output and the convenience of gaming from the couch, one element separates console and PC gamers more than any other: control. Those parked in front of a television have an all-in-one gamepad with analog nubs, clicky buttons and smooth …

This activity tracker lives in your shoe's insole

We're still several days out from CES, and we've already seen previews of a couple of fitness tracking devices. It's far, far too early to start talking overall trends for the show, but it seems pretty safe to suggest that we'll be seeing even more before the week is out. At the very least, …

Check out this crazy $99 connected electric toothbrush

Kolibree is announcing what it calls the world’s first connected electric toothbrush today. It sounds pretty weird, but Kolibree says it can analyze your brushing habits and display them on a mobile dashboard that you can access from your phone. The idea is to motivate you, or shame you, into …

Orbotix Announces Next-Gen Sphero Robot Toy

Orbotix, the maker of the Sphero robotic ball toy, has announced a next-generation upgrade, dubbed Sphero 2B, ahead of CES.<p>Unlike the Sphero, version 2B isn’t actually a ball; it’s cylindrical shaped with interchangeable reads on the ends. The product photos look nice and menacing, like the kind of …

Google Glass Meets Prescription Lenses--Something Every Geek Will Love

OK, I admit it. I’m a geek. And my glasses have been a badge of honor that I have worn all my life. And when Google Glass became available, it was love at first sight. Well, almost. As a Google Glass Explorer, my first experience with Glass was fascinating, but awkward. My clunky glasses didn’t …