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Nexus 5's tipped MEMS camera changes focus post-shot

Google's new Nexus 5 phone could pack some very cool new camera tech that lets you refocus your photo after you take the shot.

By October 3, 2013

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Bosch pushes sensor tech, green building, and automated driving at CES 2014

Bosch aims to innovate in the smart home and automated car tech.

By January 6, 2014

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Nvidia Shield, Qualcomm Toq: Carrying a torch for consumers

commentary It's a bold leap from mobile chips to product chops for Nvidia, with its game device, and Qualcomm, with its smartwatch. Now the question is whether they'll stick the landing.

By December 2, 2013

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Google Nexus 5 rumoured price is just £185

If you thought the Google Nexus 4 was cheap, check out the rumoured £185 price for the 5-inch Nexus 5.

By October 8, 2013

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Nexus 5 couldn't be more leaked as manual confirms specs

Google's new flagship blower is surely mere days from launch, as the eagerly awaited mobile's full service manual has appeared online.

By October 7, 2013

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Toshiba announces Lytro-like camera phone module

Toshiba has officially announced a new camera module for smartphones that will allow users to refocus images after they have been taken.

By September 29, 2013

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Expanding camera lens combines insect, human vision

This hybrid approach could give smartphone cameras dynamic focus, and add depth to surgical imaging.

By September 19, 2013

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Should fitness gadget makers fear the iPhone 5S?

The M7 chip built into the iPhone 5S adds some sophisticated fitness tracking features to Apple's newest flagship phone. Will it hurt the burgeoning wave of fitness gadgets the same way cameraphones have gutted the point-and-shoot camera market?

By September 12, 2013

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Insane bug bots go bug wild

Bug-sized robots created by Harvard can zip along at a speed of 37 centimetres per second.

By June 21, 2013

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New 'smart skin' so sensitive it rivals the real thing

Researchers say their experimental arrays sense pressure in the same range as the human fingertip, which could result in better bots and prosthetics.

By April 26, 2013