Trade commission sides with Apple in Motorola patent case
The US International Trade Commission on Monday tossed out a Motorola Mobility patent claim that threatened to block the import of some Apple iPhone models into this country.
Review: Nook HD+ tablet a lightweight, if imperfect, bargain
If you're in the market for a full-sized tablet but don't want to shell out big bucks for an iPad, Barnes & Noble's Nook HD+ is worth a look.
Fujitsu unveils device that lets printed paper become interactive (w/ video)
Healing by the clock: In fruit flies, intestinal stem-cell regeneration fluctuates with the time of day
Circadian rhythms keep time for all living things, from regulating when plants open their flowers to foiling people when they try to beat jet lag. Day-night cycles are controlled through ancient biological ...
Orders of keyboard BlackBerry start in Canada (Update)
The maker of the BlackBerry phone said Tuesday that a modern smartphone with a physical keyboard will be available in Canada in the coming weeks as major wireless companies started taking advance orders.
Tokyo smelling-screen demo lets scents go virtual
RIM success in 4Q, but too early to declare win (Update)
Research In Motion Ltd., once written off as dead amid fierce competition from more modern mobile devices such as the iPhone, surprised Wall Street Thursday by returning to profitability and shipping more ...
New DNA test identifies ingredients in foods
Scientists at Mainz University develop a novel screening procedure for accurately determining the amount of animal, plant, and microbial substances in foods
Apple granted patent on new augmented reality technology
Scientists have developed a tiny, portable personal blood testing laboratory that sends data through mobile phone
Humans are veritable chemical factories—we manufacture thousands of substances and transport them, via our blood, throughout our bodies. Some of these substances can be used as indicators of our health ...
Are you looking at me? A multi-system display that 'knows' when you're not looking
(Phys.org) —A new interactive multi-display system that can tell when you're not paying attention has been developed by scientists at the University of St Andrews.
Leap jumps to capture next step in motion control
In a bustling tent set up in a parking lot here at the South By Southwest Interactive Festival, people are pointing their hands and gesturing with chopsticks as they guide various actions on a dozen computer screens.
Microsoft hand research ripens Kinect for work (w/ video)
Cebit Innovation Award for wireless networking of display screens
Alexander Löffler, computer scientist from Saarbrücken, was honored with the Cebit Innovation Award. He developed software through which several displays can be wirelessly connected as a screen wall, despite ...