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Large-scale motion and gesture-controlled computing is no longer confined to science fiction movies, as Los Angeles-based Oblong Industries again demonstrates its exciting software that gives users a fresh new way to interact with computers. Dubbed “g-speak,” Oblong calls its software a spatial operating environment.
Kaggle, a San Francisco-based startup that hosts data science competitions, has uncovered some disconcerting insights about human behavior in its two-year run. At times, its founders have been rprised by the accuracy of an algorithm, and the competitions continue to evoke controversy.
Following a brief appearance on Amazon’s site that suggested a July 30th launch, the Note tablet is now the star of its first commercial.
Demand for Google's 7-inch Nexus 7 tablet seems to have well exceeded the tech giant's expectations.
A gadget equipped with motion sensors allows lovers to exchange smooches over the Internet.
Confirmed. Samsung will indeed be introducing a follow-up to the Galaxy Note, the Galaxy Note II, during its press conference on August 15th.
In this video, released yesterday, you can watch what might be called the world's first cyborg lifeform. Called a medusoid, it's a completely engineered jellyfish that blends living and non-living parts ..
With 400m activated devices and another 1m added every day, Android is on a roll. So why are many games developers still wary of porting their iOS titles to Google's platform? Piracy is a key reason.
Apps are reaching an inflection point. Now that zillions of apps are available to serve every imaginable purpose, there are two ways for them to keep us interested. They can either melt into the background and do their jobs with minimum fuss, or they can force us to pay attention to them. Which option sounds better in the long run?
Microsoft is taking a risky step by developing its own hardware to compete directly with its partners. How will it actually fair when it's released?
TOKYO (Reuters) - Canon Inc said on Monday it would sell its first mirrorless camera from mid-September in a bid to tap a growing market for small, interchangeable-lens cameras that rival Nikon Corp entered