Capacitive touch devices keep getting better and better, but the next step of natural interaction is to get rid of touch altogether.
Samsung says the ultrasonic smartphone cover, which was designed to aid disabled and visually impaired people, can sense the presence of a person or object up to 6 feet away.
Dionysus Technology Concepts launches a crowdfunding campaign for the Sonic Decanter, which promises to use ultrasonic energy to improve your wine in 15 minutes.
At an event crowded with Tesla fans in Los Angeles, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk announced advanced driver-assistance systems in the Model S, along with an all-wheel-drive option.
Following Tesla's news that it's bringing autopilot to its electric sports cars, CEO Elon Musk says autonomous, self-driving cars aren't far off either.
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The doll-like dancing robots made by Japanese electronics manufacturer Murata balance themselves perfectly on a single ball.
The concept could help enable more complex gaming on mobile devices and perhaps offer a boost for lagging tablet sales.
Sony has patented a redesigned PS Move control with new skills for greater accuracy and more gaming potential.
Long an obstacle to treating diseases like brain cancer, Parkinson's, and Alzheimer's, the blood-brain barrier might soon be unlocked thanks to a medical physicist in Canada.