Solar ink technology sucks the energy from both outdoor sunlight and indoor light to power an iPad for days of use.
Company has improved finger tracking, for example, and says that even more advances for the motion-gaming peripheral are coming in the next couple years.
The software giant gets things rolling at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, and focuses on entertainment that goes well beyond gaming.
Microsoft hasn't said much about its motion-sensing technology since E3, but CNET News' Ina Fried got a chance to check in on the development of Redmond's hottest technology.
It may sound too good to be true, but Microsoft seems to have put together something that does exactly what it says it will. Now, can game developers find a way to incorporate the technology into their projects?
For the fifth year, the magazine picks the most important designs and innovators in the world of technology, alternative energy, medicine, and other fields.
The pressure is on Sony, as usual, as it gets ready to take the stage for its annual E3 press briefing. Does it have enough big news to steal the spotlight from Microsoft and Nintendo?
Join us Monday morning for live coverage of Microsoft's E3 press briefing. We'll be bringing you news and photos from the event as it happens.