Disney Research has created a smartphone projector system that brings flat surfaces to life using invisible infrared ink.
If you have little kids on your holiday-shopping list, how about giving them something truly unique and personalized this year. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the best Web sites for building custom storybooks.
Starting December 21 and running through January 2, Disney Publishing has specially priced some of its more popular titles.
This animated and interactive collection features four of the writer's stories and poems. It's a feast for the senses, but missing key elements.
"LEO the Maker Prince" by Carla Diana inspires children to use their MakerBots to make storybook characters into their very own 3D figures.
Sense Mother and Motion Cookies are a flexible network of sensors you can put on anything from a toothbrush to a backpack. Feel better?
These terrific interactive books for kids join a growing list of other terrific interactive books for kids. (Find half a dozen more below.)
Go behind the scenes of a new site based in Google Maps that combines geography, technology, and literature into a crowdsourced map of real locations from novels.
The tech toys of 2013 are unveiled at Toy Fair in New York. CNET's Bridget Carey checks out what's in store for Barbie and Hot Wheels, gets a look at Toby's BattroBorg boxing robots, and finds out how toy guns are incorporating smartphones.
Google has put together a list of its best Android apps of the year, in no particular order.