Using simple radio signals, MIT researchers can pinpoint someone's location--through a wall--with incredible accuracy
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Nippon Electric Glass dropped a 500 gram steel ball onto a sheet of glass for days without it breaking.
Sharp came up with a robot that can clean 1,800 solar panels an hour.
Toyota added a new concept electric vehicle to its Hamo car sharing project, which lets users rent electric cars by the minute.
Pioneer updated its line of heads up displays and had them on show at the Ceatec electronics show in Japan
The prototype at the Japanese electronics show can measure a number of vital signs simultaneously like weight, pulse, blood pressure, temperature and oxygen saturation in the blood.
A research project on show at the Ceatec electronics show in Japan turns just about any object into a touch interface, opening up the opportunity to rely on more than just a tablet or smartphone for touch interaction.
Pioneer updated its line of HUDs (heads-up displays), and it hopes the in-car gadgets will help keep drivers' eyes on the road instead of on a GPS device or other electronics.
Sharp showed a new display that promises a crisper, brighter picture, while drawing less energy that LCD screens.
Building a computer is a great way to get a custom configuration, save some money and have fun. In a how-to video, we'll show you how to build one in less than two minutes.
Trying to attract a hipper audience, Microsoft's Remix Project lets musicians and DJS remix songs using a Windows 8.1 application, Surface tablet and special hardware pad in place of a keyboard.
The Surface Pro 2 will run Windows 8.1 on Intel's Haswell processors. Aimed at power users and professionals it will cost $899
Coming up on WTU this week iOS7 debuts ahead of new iPhones, the military deters enemies with a new 'hot' gadget and Grand Theft Auto V racks up record sales.
On Wednesday at IDF in San Francisco Intel launched Bay Trail, the next-generation Atom Z3000 chip that gives tablets PC-like performance.
Brian Krzanich and Renee James speaking at IDF 2013 in San Francisco. Credit: Intel