The company's technology allows for users to swipe their fingers around a display, and based on that, have the device perform an action.
To sleep, perchance to dream -- and have those dreams turned into music by new software out of Finland's University of Helsinki.
Big Blue's Jeff Jonas sits down to discuss how big data can help businesses reduce risk and increase opportunity.
Researchers hope that discovered correlations will lead to software tools that will help identify users' symptoms of depression.
It's easy to assign unique ringtones to help ID callers before looking at the screen, but there are plenty of times we need to mute our phones. We can still ID callers, though; Vibe lets us assign unique vibration patterns to contacts.
Fatigue Science offers a digital watch and wrist movement detector that tracks activity to calculate fatigue risk based on sleep levels.
On a recent visit to the Gray Area Beacon, an art gallery in San Francisco, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi caught up with visual artist Aaron Koblin. His "Flight Patterns" has become a worldwide phenomenon online.
Users of There.com's virtual world who have property will soon be able to set customizable weather on their locations.
Irish start-up BiancaMed uses wireless technology to monitor the quality of your sleep, the aspect of your health the company calls "the final frontier."
Ben Ling, director of product marketing for the Facebook platform, gave a brief peek of the upcoming profile page update at Graphing Social Patterns conference and detailed some new capabilities for the social network's 200,000 developers.