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Need a hug? Paro the baby harp seal is happy to oblige. But this is no toy—it's a sophisticated medical device for when traditional therapy animals aren't a practical option.
This Bluetooth powered device clips to your paper airplane and lets you control if from your smartphone. Yep.
The antimicrobial material Corning introduced at CES may find its way to your iPhones and Samsung gear in the near future.
Because your usual design of Santa and kittens isn't enough to turn heads anymore.
What's wrong with a little passive aggressiveness for the holidays?
Why stop at a bra? Here are five other pieces of "personal technology" that could benefit from Microsoft's touch.
Shikumi Design won $100,000 from Intel for its Kagura app, which could turn DJing into performance art.
It's lonely wearing a containment suit, and loud too. New communicator badges right out of Star Trek will be a boon to research.
Newly unveiled documents show the barges will be more than mere floating boxy showcases.
Google says its large barges will be used to showcase new technology. They are not giant floating data centers or wild party boats, dang it.
If you really want to scare the crap out of the neighbor's kids, you need a pumpkin with batteries!
Shapeways churns out everything from designer gowns to iPhone cases, using nothing but a printer and some nylon powder.
Using the new software from Sixsense is sort of like playing a video game—except the goal is to create a 3D model.
The Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo hosted state-of-the-art hardware in San Jose last week—including printers that dished out candy confections, as well as objects made of paper.
What do bitcoin, emoji, and selfies have in common? They're all now official words, at least according to the Oxford dictionary.