This wearable tech will help athletes jump higher, run faster, and swim harder in Rio. And there's one jacket that just lights up.
Already deployed in four hotels, the Savioke Relay delivers service items such as soda cans and tooth brushes to hotel guests at all hours of the day and night.
A prototype all-in-one PC from Intel has navigation that appears to float in front of the screen and uses bursts of air to provide tactile feedback.
We take a closer look at the MemoryMirror from Memomi, which incorporates Intel's RealSense technology to let you try on different colors without ever changing clothes.
Intel peppered the kick-off to its developer conference with demos showcasing the company's technology. Here's what impressed us and what had us fleeing in horror.
Here's the best tech we saw on day 1 of Computex 2015, from sleek smartwatches to super-powerful all-in-ones.
At GDC 2015, 11 Bit Studios senior writer Pawel Miechowski talked about the award-winning This War of Mine and its upcoming tablet versions.
Microsoft intends to capitalize on the gaming potential of the HoloLens by opening up development to both first- and third-party designers.
ARM adds dynamic lighting to major games engines such as Unity 5 and Unreal 4 with its Enlighten 3 development software.
Today's Computex gems include a prototype tablet powered by a low-power Intel CPU, an uber-affordable suite of gaming peripherals, and a one-of-a-kind external monitor.
E3 has plenty of new games, sure, but what about the GEAR? New headsets, mice, keyboards, and peripherals galore!
CTIA is North America's biggest mobile convention, and this years event has been the platform for some new and truly impressive smartphone hardware.
An unnamed developer is willing to change his/her name legally and shell out over $1600 for a WWDC 2012 ticket.
A 2-day confab in LA to discuss investment strategies for the most over-analyzed tech company on earth? We're in. Here's what we learned.
The Mobile World Congress kicks off in Barcelona this Monday! Here's what we expect to see during one of the biggest mobile confab's of the year.
The iPad dominated at the trade show for would-be and professional musicians, but there were plenty of other auditory gizmos on which to feast our ears.
The MPAA is slamming sites that are participating in Blackout Day, calling the protest an abuse of power.
We've heard Apple's education announcement could have something to do with digital textbooks. Now, word has it the company is going to announce and ebook publishing platform.
CES is pure chaos, but can we find tech on the show floor to help us survive a imaginary chaotic disaster?
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