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IBM launches Mote Runner for sensor networks

The Mote Runner software development is meant to help spur the so-called Internet of things by making sensor networks easier to deploy and manage.

By June 7, 2010

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Apple sued over iPhone's liquid sensors

Lawsuit claims technology is faulty, which could lead to false positive results and Apple denying warranty coverage.

By April 26, 2010

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Microsoft: Natal will adapt sensors to your room

In response to fearful reports that 13 feet of clear space from the TV was necessary to use Project Natal, Microsoft says the device's sensors will adjust play space on the fly.

By March 24, 2010

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Project Natal will adapt its sensors to your room, reassures Microsoft

Project Natal, the Xbox 360's controller-less motion-sensing device, will work in rooms of all sizes, following confusion over space requirements

By March 24, 2010

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InVisage camera phone image sensor: Mobile snaps get usable

A new take on image sensors promises a dramatic improvement to camera phone image quality despite their limited size

By March 23, 2010

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InVisage aims to remake camera sensor market

A Silicon Valley start-up believes its image sensor technology will dramatically improve smartphone cameras by gathering light more efficiently.

By March 21, 2010

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Behind the scenes: NORAD's Santa tracker

For decades, the defense group has let you follow the Christmas Eve travels of the jolly old elf. These days, technology is playing a bigger role than ever.

By December 24, 2010

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Three new Microsoft mice with Bluetrack laser sensor

Two years after it debuted its first Explorer Mouse with BlueTrack sensing technology, Microsoft is back with another update to its line of pointers.

By February 24, 2010

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Sigma DP2s and DP1x: Sense and sensor ability

The Sigma DP2s and DP1x are new cameras packing enormous sensors into compact frames. Read the story for more information, and some interchangeable-lens news from Sigma

By February 24, 2010

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Tiny sensor may lead to home cancer detection kits

A University of Missouri engineering professor is developing a liquid sensor smaller than a human hair to detect cancer instantly using acoustic resonance.

By February 17, 2010