The Selia Touch-Free Kitchen Faucet from Pfister balances tech with functionality. You can turn it on with a wave of your hand, or keep it simple with an old-fashioned handle.
Capacitive touch devices keep getting better and better, but the next step of natural interaction is to get rid of touch altogether.
The Consumer Electronics Show saw its fair share of smartphones, but what really stood out are the tech and trends we'll see later this year.
Touchless gestures like scrolling and advancing a photo or music track are going to get a lot more interesting, according to Elliptic Labs, seen at CES 2014.
A look at the year's upcoming trends for Las Vegas' Consumer Electronics Show and into 2014.
Using the Nexus 5's touch-free audio controls to instigate search is cool. But there's even more Google can do to turn up the volume on voice.
Today's 41-megapixel sensors and 10x optical zooming lenses are just the beginning for smartphone shooters.
Motorola's latest phone has always-on voice connectivity, much like Google Glass. Maybe it's a hint at where Google's connected future is really heading.
The new, contextually aware Moto X has some tricks up its sleeve that take on Samsung's flagship. Here's how the two hot Android handsets match up.
Before you draw midair masterpieces, or flick bricks with your finger, find out which settings and best-practices optimize the Leap Motion Controller for speed, accuracy, and ergonomics.