The new iPad is for creating more than consuming.
Dutch company Philips is shifting from harmful blue light frequencies below 450 nanometers to safer wavelengths above 460 nanometers.
Concrete crushing robots, racing wheelchairs, and a laptop-sized mobility device are just a few of the innovations you'll find in this week's gallery.
New super-thin MacBook can detect the force of a finger's pressure and also produce physical illusions.
The thin, lightweight design will appeal to tablet lovers.
At CES 2015, Eyelock showed off a miniaturized version of its iris-scanning technology embedded in a laptop.
Japanese company Semiconductor Energy Laboratory demonstrated a display that can be folded in thirds.
A slimmer design, a new processor and a number of chic features highlight the new gadgets.
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