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.
The rumor mill always spins full speed ahead of Apple events, and there has been plenty of talk about a thinner, lighter version of the iPad Air.
Sensors and an app guides your asanas.
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