Microsoft introduces a holographic system baked into Windows 10, along with more mundane features such as universal applications and Cortana as a personal assistant.
DARPA has tapped some of the biggest names in tech, design, and gaming in an aim to make taking down botnets as simple as a few swipes and taps.
Intel Capital is investing in motion-sensing technologies that would enable a more natural way to interact with computers, particularly mobile devices.
A human-computer interface conference explores novel gestures for operating computers -- and placing a smartphone sensor called ShoeSense in shoes.
With the Chrome for Android beta, Google adds PC sync, hardware acceleration, Web standards, and more as part of its plan "to reinvent mobile browsers."
No doubt, CES 2012 will be a jumping-off point for the next stage of car technology's evolution, but what should we expect to see?
Finally, our touch-points with technology are expanding beyond the mouse and keyboard. Console gamers are using their entire bodies for control; Apple ahd ushered in an era of multi-touch gesture-based interfaces. What's next? We discuss with Ars Technica's Jon Stokes and Forrester's James McQuivey.
Our touch points with tech are expanding beyond the mouse and keyboard. Gamers use entire bodies for control; Apple ushered in an era of multitouch. What's next? We discuss with Ars Technica's Jon Stokes and Forrester's James McQuivey.
45 Minutes on IM: Bloom President Ben Cerveny sits down with CNET to talk about how his new company's approach to data visualization could forever change the way people interact with information.
CNET gives a rundown of the history of Microsoft's Kinect, from the first rumors of a motion controller all the way to the technology becoming a smash hit.