Intel debuted a number of new technologies at its annual Developer Forum in San Francisco. These are the products that excited us the most.
Meet the BoomCast, a 3D-printed cast with embedded electronics, which gives patients more freedom and allows doctors to monitor a patient's progress anywhere in the world.
Data from the Kepler Space Telescope reveals a planet that hits the triumvirate of being just right: It's the right size in the right place, and is circling a star similar to our sun.
A newly-granted patent describes a way to move text and other items on the screen of a mobile device by tapping the side of the device rather than using your big fingers.
Commentary: Goggled into another world, it's hard to find ways to navigate. The best tool might be on our wrist.
Put some bling between your feet with a self-balancing electric Segwheel covered in the shiniest gold imaginable.
The Qlipp sensor attaches to your racket and is capable of tracking forehand and backhand swings -- and predicting the speed of your hits.
The fitness headphones with a built-in heart-rate sensor will hit stores in Australia and south-east Asia soon.
The Apple Watch may not be fine jewelry, but Bill Detwiler cracks it open and shows you why he thinks it's a fine piece of tech.
American Megatrends gets into the Android emulator game. But is it worth $10?