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New tech could help people translate body language by dissecting thousands of subtle indicators--including arched brows and parted lips--better than most humans can.
Researchers in Israel are using a deep sequencer to look at how the genetic expressions of microRNAs will affect any given patient's reaction to medications.
If you're into all the tiny modules that work together to let you make a call and send a text message, this phone might be for you. Unfortunately, it's Japan-only for now.
While the concept of x-ray vision might seem relegated to the realm of science-fiction and superhero movies, researchers in Israel have come up with a device that can see around corners and through certain objects.
An Austrian auction house will soon take bids on a camera it claims is the only handheld to come home from an Apollo mission.
The conventional story relies a lot on myth. But the fuller explanation has to take into account the spillover effect from the nation's rapid military build-up in its first decades of existence.
New technology can find elusive veins
The Israel-based company -- which has also partnered with Google on its Project Tango devices -- announces another tablet, with the goal of advancing 3D technology.
Bye-bye Kinect? This software-only approach gives you full-body control for games with your standard Webcam.
Attitudes to gamers in the mainstream have barely changed: even when they're not out-and-out batpoop mentalists, they're sociopathically disassociated