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Wearables are being used by users to measure their activity and provide them with feedback that can help them improve their health. Today, a new startup called Lightwave is using wearable technology to
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan couldn't make it to a political party meeting in the Turkish city of Izmir on Sunday, so he opted for the next best thing: a 10-foot-tall hologram of himself.
Today, the Consumer Electronics Association announced that it will be using Apple’s new iBeacon technology to host a unique scavenger hunt of sorts at its International CES event scheduled for next week.
Among the announcements Sony dropped during Kaz Hirai's CES keynote, the Life Space UX project seemed to be most outrageous, pushing an entirely new vision for projectors. We checked out the company's
Here's yet another option for wirelessly mirroring your computer screen to another display, but don't worry: This one is rather impressive. Airtame, the creation of a group of Danish folks, is an HDMI
An awesome interactive website lets you follow an orchestra from four angles. The London Symphony Orchestra has just created a mind-blowingly cool interactive site that lets you channel-surf through different
The transparent ionic speaker, with parts labeled, above a laptop screen showing what it is playing. A research team at Harvard has created a remarkable proof of concept device: a thin, transparent speaker
When FORBES last spoke to AnchorFree in August 2012, CEO David Gorodyansky put forth a modest goal for his 7 year-old company: “We want to be the way the whole world browses the Web,” he boasted. In the