Using your eyes to navigate Windows 8 is nearly ready for sale with a new, smaller dongle from Tobii called the Rex that the company showed at CES 2013.
Tobii has improved its Rex Windows 8 eye controller and made it even smaller. At CES 2013, CNET's Seth Rosenblatt takes a, well, closer look.
Tobii peripheral adds an eye-tracking interface to any Windows 8 computer through a USB port, but the company's only offering 5,000 units before the end of the year.
Tobii shows off a way to replace touch input with gaze control. And it actually works.
At Ceatec 2012, NTT DoCoMo shows off a tablet with gaze control. If you're reading and come across a word you're not familiar with it, just eyeball it for the definition.
Staring is not only polite when using this prototype machine, it's what triggers actions like pointing, shooting, and selecting.
It's our Season 4 premiere, and we finally get to unbox the Galaxy S4! Plus, we're kicking off an epic summer season of road tests, vacation torture tests, and future tech. Buckle up.
Among other new and not-yet-common tech, a powerful new 3D printer has the most potential to drive its field forward.
In the news today, Google is coming under the antitrust microsope, your privacy is breached left, right, and center by everyone from Pandora's mobile apps to the growing Epsilon email breach scandal. The MPAA files the least shocking lawsuit ever (sorry, Zediva), two venerable tech names become one, and the leaky ship of the NY Times paywall gets yet another loophole. --Molly