Researchers at Purdue University are teaching our smartphones to smartly understand the world around us.
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The next step for the Oculus Rift and virtual reality's comeback arrives in the form of the second development kit.
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In the works for three years, this headset represents where Sony thinks gaming is going next.
Nanomaterials attached to the outside of a food or medicine container warn you if the contents have spoiled.
A computer program developed by engineers at the University of Missouri to understand blast scenarios finds use in Disney’s animated film, "Frozen."
Most of the time, I have absolutely no idea what my brain is doing, so it's nice that there's a way to keep tabs on it now.