Will you be able to control future tablets with your eyes? TheEyeTribe's eye control software shows how its possible at CES 2013.
Could eye tracking be a good idea for a small screen? The EyeTribe thinks so, and is looking to shrink down its hardware to do it.
While it might not have the immediate heirloom appeal of other $10,000 watches, the materials used in the highest-end Apple Watch could potentially run the cost up that high.
Apps to unlock hotel rooms and much more are being developed in extreme secrecy at Apple headquarters.
Feature called FocusAssist pauses an online training course when the viewer looks away, ostensibly to "ensure complete end-user engagement." Will this improve employee training, or is it too invasive?
Samsung's next smartphone could let you navigate with your eyes, Twitter kills TweetDeck apps, and HitBliss users pay for movies by watching commercials.
Gadgets at CES 2013 give us a peak into the future: e-ink on smartphones, device-to-device wireless charging, and controlling a tablet with your eyes.
CNET's Lindsey Turrentine and Brian Cooley talk to folks from Fitbit, Nest and Leap Motion about how humans interact with this next generation of tech.
PointGrab, an Israeli company whose technology is already integrated into Windows 8 and Android devices, will let developers build apps integrating the system into Apple's mobile platform.