A wearable holographic computer lets you project apps onto surfaces and manipulate them with gestures.
At this year's Consumer Electronic Show, the Internet of Things is on display in a number of ways.
Check out ten technologies from 2014 that never let up the entire year.
A French company unveils plans for an Android device that projects onto your skin.
Energy harvested from the solar panels is directed via a cable to two USB ports in the pockets. Continue reading →
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.
+ Load More