The Microsoft co-founder has one hand in his pocket when shaking hands with South Korea's president, Park Geun-hye. This does not go down well.
Apple is looking to get into the business of unique device identification, filing a patent that details plans for a so-called digital handshake using next-generation cameras capable of reading specially coated, invisible ink. The technology would be used for enterprise, social networking, and gaming applications.
Oak Ridge labs is developing a "mesofluidic" hydraulic hand that can double the pinch strength of your fingers. Applications include remote disarming of explosives.
If a robot has a firm handshake, does that mean its creator is a stand-up guy, or just that he programmed his robot to have a firm handshake? That and other serious technology topics are examined today.
The New Hampshire presidential primary showed that two candidates who are underdogs on the Internet are perfectly viable in the real world.
Recent videos claim to show the supposed sapphire screen withstanding some intense abuse -- but it's not invincible.
Our resident car guy was never told how to 'do' motoring events. Nothing scares him more than 'the meeeeja kiss.' Largely because he knows he'll muck it up in one way or another.
Can a fitness band with notifications be the perfect blend...and can Razer be the company to make it? A peek at the Nabu.
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The bot is an experimental rehabilitation tool that uses electrodes to calculate the ankle's stiffness in various directions.