Say goodbye the one-size-fits-all approach to interacting with computers.
The first clear AR glasses for consumers could help make the technology more popular.
Intel focuses on the living room over the server room.
Office parties can be even more trying when you send an electronic avatar in your place.
The human body is a conductor of electricity—a fact exploited by touch screens and, now, a novel way of generating music.
Italy's Olivetti hopes its "OliPad" touch-screen tablet attracts business customers.
The Graph500 test measures "deep analysis" rather than ability to perform basic arithmetic.
Before the birth of Christ the Greeks built a mechanical computer. Now an Apple engineer has made a functional Lego replica.
Cars that drop their users off and park themselves using an iPod touch video feed could come to market in the next decade.
By offering GPUs as part of its cloud-based on-demand computing options, Amazon is venturing into territory formerly occupied by scientific supercomputers.