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Samsung just took the wraps off its new 10-inch tablet, the Galaxy Note 10.1.
Face capture technology has come a long way, especially as 3-D stereoscopic imaging and the like have made leaps forward in recent years. It’s now relatively easy to capture a face in 3-D and reconstruct it digitally for applications such as the amaz
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A camera-equipped ring could help the visually impaired identify objects and read text.
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Harjit Jeji Shergill would not go so far as to say there was an inevitability to the murder of six Sikh worshipers at his local temple, but after years of people venomously calling him “Bin Laden” he feared it might come to this somewhere in America.
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When you visit Manuela Veloso at Carnegie Mellon University, you’re not guided to her office by a security officer or even issued instructions by a secretary at reception.
After all the hubbub surrounding Apple's decision to kill the YouTube app on the iPhone and iPad today, a lot of people missed what Apple added to the beta version of iOS 6, the company's next mobile operating system.
We just hopped off Caltrain, the Bay Area's commuter-rail system, at Palo Alto to share this with you.
Many users' perceptions are at odds with the realities, researchers show.
Made in China, the boy-like robot stands 27 inches tall. The most commanding feature of the new Zeno is its head, made out of what creator David Hanson calls Frubber.
How technology is going to make the 2020 Olympics better, safer, and more exciting
Assuming it safely passes through its terrifying and complex descent sequence, NASA’s newest rover, Curiosity, should get its wheels on the Martian surface in just two short days, at 10:32 p.m. Pacific on Aug. 5.
The latest project on KickStarter, a "funding platform" for independent projects, is a virtual reality headset that is the future of 3-D gaming.
Your iPhone is already a more-than-capable point-and-shoot camera, but what if you could trick it out with some high-quality lenses?
The automated system designed to keep malware out of Google's app store proves easy to evade.
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