Prepared to be awed by a bionic ankle, a jet-powered bike, wind turbines without blades and a weird wearable that contains living organisms.
A new kind of quantum dot optics could give us LCD screens that have better color than we've ever seen before.
3-D 'trixels' use mirrors and lasers to beam light directly to your eyeballs, even in bright sunlight.
Here's what we saw in 3-D projected holograms in 2014.
Here are ten tech trends to watch for in 2015, including developments in personal stealth wear, immersive virtual reality and artificial intelligence.
Japanese company Semiconductor Energy Laboratory demonstrated a display that can be folded in thirds.
Curved TVs are going for between $3,000 to $5000, and they’re rolling out everywhere.
The first graphene-based display represents a significant step forward in fully wearable and flexible devices.
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