A touching letter by a 14-year-old garnered him one of the most advanced prosthetic limbs in the world.
Alps Electric's tiny new lens might just be the key to bringing on-board smartphone projectors to the mass market.
Infinitely re-configurable virtual keyboards with haptic feedback could do everything conventional input devices do -- and so much more
Many schools aren't teaching typing anymore because they figure students already are proficient at using keyboards. That's a wasted opportunity.
Notre Dame's Fighting Irish will be testing out "smart mouthguards." Will they help to change a sport that is hurting its players?
Sifteo is taking pre-orders for its sensor-filled blocks.
A real-life version of the famed robotic exoskeleton is a "mere" five years from production.
A concept bike offers riders a new incentive to wear a helmet: it's embedded with a mind-reading device that lets you shift gears using brainwaves.
Overcoming the registration problem in augmented reality is easy -- as long as you're willing to cache a three dimensional map of an entire city
It's easy to imagine that our whiz-bang gadgets have made us more productive than ever. But what if that's simply not the case?