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In what might sound like a scene from "Minority Report," Pioneer has created a system that lets 3D images appear to float on surfaces such as dashboards.
Samsung reckons its new RF712 laptop will deliver industry-leading brightness, which should counteract the effect tinted 3D glasses have on picture quality.
Continuing aftershocks, darkened shopfronts, and the radiation threat make life in the metropolis a dizzying experience.
Toylets are Sega games that males can play while relieving themselves. The test market: Japan.
Tri Terasu's Smart Chandelier LEDs add a touch of class to your LED-lit dinners. They supposedly last for about 10 years, and you can customize them too.
The Waterproof Video Camera Spy Watch HD can be immersed in water continuously at depths up to 3.3 feet. Well, this is good news for Bond wannabes who wear their watch in the shower.
This Korean entry is a sizeable 31-incher that measures just about one-tenth of an inch and supports 3D playback.
Besides sporting specialized Xbox controls and full compatibility with all Xbox 360 models, the X-Link can also double as a universal remote.
Korea's NeoView Kolon has taken the wraps off its T-OLED technology, a transparent display that aims to bring the very cool touch-sensitive transcreens of "Minority Report" and "Avatar" from reel to real.
A new prototype from Japan's ATR Robotics and Communication Laboratories lab puts your iPod Touch at the heart of a new humanoid robot. Or at least at its stomach.