The $99 InAiR is debuting at CES 2014, promising to overlay social media and information on any video content you're watching.
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Put on a pair of Spaceglasses from Silicon Valley startup Meta, and you'll see a mashup of your physical and digital worlds. Could this give Google Glass a run for its money? CNET's Sumi Das tries out the technology.
The search giant takes a minority stake in the company, which hooks up people who need cash with those who are willing to dole it out.
If past is prologue, wearable computers will soon be the dominant technology we all use. Even if the hype's getting ahead of the reality, a nascent market is notching measurable progress.
The Mauz Kickstarter project gets a CES 2013 debut as a working prototype of the iPhone-based mouse replacement shows off its gesture-control technology.
A sort-of startup unveils ultrasound technology to enable gestures in the air, and hopes to get it into consumer electronic devices within the next year.
The company is making the investment through its subsidiary Pixtronix.
Leaked from today's 404 episode: The usual suspects help kick off a week of Jeff-less shows while he's away at E3. With zero hockey and video game news to hold us back, we're chatting about a few offbeat stories from the weekend, including preteens on Facebook, Denver ambulances using subwoofers to clear traffic, and a dad whose cyberprank definitely crossed the line.
Leaked from today's 404 episode: the usual suspects help kick off a week of Jeff-less shows while he's away at E3. With zero hockey and video game news to hold us back, we're chatting about a few offbeat stories from the weekend.
A group of black entrepreneurs aims to turn around stats showing how underrepresented minorities are in tech through its New Media accelerator program.