A wearable with eye-tracking technology? It doesn't sound so far-fetched thanks to this prototype from The Eye Tribe.
Could eye tracking be a good idea for a small screen? The EyeTribe thinks so, and is looking to shrink down its hardware to do it.
Earlier demos were done on Android tablets, but the software company showed off a proof of concept using a modified Samsung Galaxy Note II to demo its eye-tracking software at Showstoppers.
A freshly published patent application points to a way for iOS devices to respond to your gaze, similar to a feature already found in Samsung's Galaxy S4 smartphone.
Imagine a world of interaction with just the gaze of your eyes. Molly Wood takes a look into the possibilities.
It's our Season 4 premiere, and we finally get to unbox the Galaxy S4! Plus, we're kicking off an epic summer season of road tests, vacation torture tests, and future tech. Buckle up.
Both companies have outfitted their latest flagship phones with eye-recognition software. Is a fight over patent violations inevitable?
Navigating the phone with your eyes is one of the Samsung Galaxy S4's rumored features. Reports conflict, but we take a look at how it all could work if the technology does indeed appear in the gadget.
Leaked screenshots from the Samsung Galaxy S4 reveal an eye-tracking feature called Smart Scroll.
Images obtained by blog site Sammobile provide a look at purported settings for Smart Scroll and Smart Pause features.