A wearable holographic computer lets you project apps onto surfaces and manipulate them with gestures.
Miniaturized magnets and coils in the heel of your shoe could generate power with every step.
We feature 10 of the Best of Innovation Awards from this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
It was made using 3-D printing techniques and comes complete with an advanced Intel chip, sensors and LED lights.
A French company unveils plans for an Android device that projects onto your skin.
The GoGlove allows runners, bikers, hikers and skiers to control their phones and GoPros by tapping their fingers.
Embedded sensors translate a dancer's movements into brush-like strokes that can be visualized on a mobile app. Continue reading →
Futuristic gadgets were on display at Asia's largest electronics fair.
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