Your reality is about to be augmented in a whole new way.
Carnegie Mellon University suggests that gestures based on how we handle tools in the real world could simplify touchscreen interaction.
A seamless, connected driving experience is a worthy aim, but Apple could be too late to the table to make any real waves.
Digital interaction gets an upgrade via MIT's sensor and touch-powered surface, which allows for remote physical interactivity in real-time.
New flexible touchscreen interfaces can be printed out and cut to size for just about any DIY project.
Outside of a few video games here and there, New York Comic Con didn't really have much tech news to report on. But, we did find this sweet tabletop gaming PC chilling at the Intel booth.
It's not quite what Back to the Future 2 promised, but we're getting closer.
A technology called "ultrahaptics" can create a sensation of touch in mid-air using focused ultrasonic sound.
Disney creates tech that allows you to feel the shape and texture of items pictured on a perfectly flat touchscreen.
Intel really wants everyone to start buying touchscreen laptops.