New company president Kimishima says healthcare hardware needs to meet Nintendo standards; indicates they could be ditched if they don't.
At 2014's CE Week here in Manhattan, we got to see some new products, some products we saw back at CES in January, and some other funky stuff.
What hard-core "Star Wars" collector can resist two stuffed squirrels fighting with lit lightsabers? May the fur-ce be with you, indeed.
The giant technology show in Hannover, Germany, isn't as big as it once was, but it still accommodates a huge range of computing, communication, and high-tech industries.
German Startup E-volo wants to build an 18-rotor personal helicopter by 2015. Here's a look at its smaller VC25 prototype, designed to can carry 25 kilograms.
Once the dominant forces in consumer electronics, Japanese companies like Sony, Panasonic, and Sharp find themselves lagging behind the competition.
We give the trippy PSiO AudioVisual Stimulation System a spin at CE Week: flashing colors and immersive audio combine in an effort to "rejuvenate" and relieve stress.
Giving a wearable pair of "mind-stimulating" glasses a try at CE Week: Google Glass these most definitely are not.
An tablet/phone remote-controlled, camera-equipped, robotic boat with augmented reality games and a beverage holder? Yes, and it's on Kickstarter. A look at Ziphius at CE Week.
Shipments of the Raspberry Pi micro PC have arrived in the UK, but are awaiting CE certification before they officially go on sale.