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The Electronic Entertainment Expo 2015 opens with focus on the promise of virtual reality.
Self-teaching robots are being tested in Oslo as scientists step up their bid to create semi-autonomous robots for use in search and rescue missions and potential planetary assignments to extract minerals.
Microsoft Corp said on Monday its new Windows 10 operating system will be available worldwide on July 29, as a free upgrade for users of the most recent versions of Windows.
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Smartphone users in Japan can unlock their phones with the blink of an eye, as the country’s biggest mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo launches the world’s first iris recognition smartphone.
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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.