All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
Take a big whiff! You may some day be smelling, as well as seeing, all the action on your TV set thanks to a smelling screen developed by Japanese researchers.
A Japanese company has created an iPhone peripheral that will allow you to send smells to your friends.
Bonkers print-it-yourself smell-o-box lets you smell what you're browsing. This could be dangerous.
Odor pixels are poised to take Smell-O-Vision to the next level with a smell-generating component for TVs and cell phones under development at UC San Diego. Hopefully it will block those decaying-corpse smells from police dramas.
Soon your iPhone will be able to stink up the joint with a potpourri of smells thanks to a new Japanese smell-o-phone app and atomizer attachment.
Scent-emitting LCD Display System developed by NTT Communications surfaces in Japanese mall. Entices passers-by with coupons, large screen TV, and smell.
Crave gets excited about aroma phones, adult-size baby-bouncers, and a real-life Halo suit for the military. Then, it's off to the disco with some champagne.
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Would you give up your sense of smell just to hold on to your precious tech? Apparently a bunch of teenagers would.
Flickr breaks a sweat as Facebook finally lets users upload and view high-resolution photos. Also, HP hires a CEO nobody's heard of, and Ballmer's bonus bummer: he's getting paid in unsold Kins.