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It's a time for Christmas miracles, and we do love a bit of technology indistinguishable from magic. That's what we thought when we clapped our eyes on translation app Word Lens.
Google lets you manage multiple accounts with one Gmail account, a computer named Watson is going to compete on Jeopardy, and a new augmented-reality app lets you see what's for sale on eBay in your vicinity.
Kinect's motion tracking prowess can be seen in its initial batch of games, but how will Microsoft use it in advertising?
CNET TV's Brian Tong takes a look at the latest in Apple news, rumors, tips, and tricks.
THQ Wireless is working on an iPhone game that will see players manning the guns of the Millennium Falcon. The game uses the iPhone's camera and internal sensors to put your surroundings in the game.
This could prove to be one of the coolest "Star Wars" games ever--or one of the kookiest. We'll find out when it arrives in the App Store later this month.
It's been used for years in video gaming and for military applications, but now, thanks to advances in chips and wireless, AR appears destined for the mobile market.
The virtual changing room is here, letting you try on clothes in high definition using augmented-reality technology. It even asks your friends' advice via the Web
New crop of entrepreneurs finds new uses for the concept of augmented reality through video glasses and iPhone apps that may let users feed virtual dragons.
Mobilizy, maker of the Wikitude augmented-reality apps for the iPhone, and Android and Nokia phones, has announced Wikitude Drive, possibly the first augmented reality turn-by-turn navigation app for Android phones.