This week in tech, we present amazing concepts from exceptionally creative minds.
The BoomRoom uses an array of gesture-reading cameras and speakers to create a free-flowing, hands-free audio-enabled smart space. Continue reading →
It seems like a throw-back to the days of the stylus, but Google's new tool is meant for language characters that are easier to draw than type. Continue reading →
Computer scientists developed an innovative gesture-tracking glove system that allows users to draw letters in the air with their hand. ->
Gmail's call feature just got doubly robust. Gmail users can now make two calls at once, Google announced Wednesday afternoon blog post. If you're in a call and make a second one, your first call will be put on hold while you talk on your new call. You can switch between calls by pressing the [...]
RIP Google Labs. Google announced it would shutter the project in a blog post Wednesday. Labs was the result of Google's 20-percent policy, which allowed engineers to spend one day of the week working on projects not in their job descriptions. The result of this has been some really useful and inte...
Snail mail is making a comeback. Artist Ivan Cash put together a month-long interactive art project called Snail Mail My Email transcribing emails into handwritten letters that are physically mailed, free of charge. But as of Tuesday afternoon, it looks like the project has hit a roadblock. The pro...
If you're 25 years old, your password is probably weaker than your mom's.
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