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The world’s first eye-tracking virtual reality headset lets users interact with the environment just by looking at it.
Jesse Keenan, of the Center for Urban Real Estate at Columbia, talks about the rising demand for landmark buildings by tech companies, competing to attract young workers in New York City.
Amputees can control their bionic prosthetic limbs with their minds, thanks to tiny implanted surgically placed in a patient’s residual muscle tissue.
Live-streaming apps that allow users to broadcast live from their mobile devices are the next big thing in social media, according to experts.
Two daredevil stuntmen have treated Dubai residents to a world-first aerial display, tearing through the skies above the Emirate at breakneck speed powered by jetpacks.
Researchers demonstrate technology that allows unmanned aircraft to be controlled from the ground using only signals from the pilot’s brain.
South Korean researchers develop a ”smart” fabric which can generate electricity to power wearable devices.
Consumers around the world are able to pre-order the Apple Watch online and go in-store for a demonstration, but will the tech giant change the game for smartwatches?
Interactive jewelry that allows users to change designs and doesn’t need charging.
Robotic engineers have modelled a two-legged robot to be fast and agile like an ostrich…and able to withstand physical abuse meted out by its creators.
Xelflex is wearable technology that its inventor believes combines science with fashion.
James McQuivey, Principal Analyst at Forrester, says the Apple Watch will not be the runaway hit that the iPad was, or the hit CEO Tim Cook really wanted.
The wireless industry’s annual conference gets underway in Barcelona with 85,000 executives taking part and numerous new smartphones and watches being launched.
A dongle that plugs into a Smartphone mimics a lab-based blood test for HIV and syphilis and can detect the diseases in 15 minutes, say researchers.