From CNET Magazine: "Toy Story," the first full-length computer-animated movie, turns 20 this month. Behind Woody and Buzz are a bunch of computer graphics geeks who, with help from Steve Jobs, changed movies forever.
German automotive supplier develops a system that will help drivers brake and take evasive actions to avoid collision with a pedestrian.
Toyota's FCV Plus concept car not only aims to power itself via hydrogen, but also power your future home when you return at the end of the day. It's an exciting idea, but there's one massive piece of the puzzle missing.
"We want our longtime fans to relish reliving past experiences."
No other speaker near this one's diminutive size or price can match its power and dynamic punch.
One of the world's first virtual reality headsets for consumers is coming to the market in time for the holiday shopping season. Oculus says it's prepared.
Scientists have created a thin cloak that can render anything it covers undetectable, and that proves yet again that we're living in the science fiction future.
It's the partnership nobody really demanded or wanted: Keurig and Campbell's are letting you make soup in your coffee maker. We're not exactly sure how this is more convenient (or environmentally friendly), but hey, maybe somebody wants soup-coffee? We aren't judging.
Forthcoming SLR and videocamera models should capture much more detailed imagery. And the Japanese camera maker can now photograph and reprint the texture of subjects, not just the color.
New York City audio designer/artist Blackie Pagano jumps on the crowdfunding platform to fund his bass guitar preamp, The Perfect Storm.