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NASA's Z-1 spacesuit prototype looks like Buzz Lightyear

Samsung shows off Youm flexible OLED, Exynos 5 Octa chip

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Today Samsung unveiled a new flexible OLED technology, dubbed Youm, during a second-day keynote at CES. To demonstrate the technology the company brought in Microsoft, which showed off a prototype Windows Phone device. Microsoft also presented video from a lab test, in which a display was projected onto an entire...
Samsung shows off Youm flexible OLED, Exynos 5 Octa chip
Nvidia's Project Shield: Hands-on demo with the hot portable gaming system of CES (video)

Researchers create ForcePhone for squeeze-based conversation

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A phone has been modified to be able to transfer a squeeze to another phone. A prototype by Nokia Research and the Helsinki Institute of Information Technology amended an N900 to use a resistor to detect up to four different levels of pressure from compression. The recipient of the phone...
Researchers create ForcePhone for squeeze-based conversation

Samsung to exhibit 13.3-inch notebook display with 3,200 x 1,800 resolution

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On top of yesterday's 4K announcement, Samsung has also given us a quick heads-up on one of the prototype displays it's planning to show off at this year's Display Week event. It's a highly gawp-worthy 3,200 x 1,800 ("WQXGA+") panel destined for 13-inch laptops that insist on taking things...
Samsung to exhibit 13.3-inch notebook display with 3,200 x 1,800 resolution

Flexible smartphone curls up when it gets a call

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A prototype smartphone uses a flexible display and a layer of memory wires to notify users of incoming calls by curling up its corners. [Read more]...
Flexible smartphone curls up when it gets a call
Startup Spotlight: This computer workstation allows you to sit, stand or recline

Qualcomm shows off Snapdragon 800 voice activation and photo editing abilities (video)

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Qualcomm unveiled its new Snapdragon SoC flag bearer at CES, and here at MWC 2013 we got to see some of what the 800 series can do. Last week, the company revealed the chip's voice activation feature that allows users to wake the chip up using a voice command....
Qualcomm shows off Snapdragon 800 voice activation and photo editing abilities (video)

Turn your ideas into products with two £1,000 scholarships for Front-End Web Development from GA London

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You’re standing in the shower or maybe sitting at your desk when it happens — that million dollar idea. But then your dreams are quickly dashed when you realize that you don’t yet have the technical chops to pull it off. We’ve all been there, and there’s hardly a feeling...
Turn your ideas into products with two £1,000 scholarships for Front-End Web Development from GA London
Now You Can Make An App For Google Glass In Just 15 Minutes (GOOG)
Google shows off prescription-friendly Glass prototype
Startup Spotlight: This upstart wants to bring the 3D viewing experience to 2D TVs
Samsung may debut transparent, protrait-sized TV at CES
Leaked display component suggests 6.44-inch 1080p Sony smartphone
'Sound Bottle' captures audio, automates the remix

Fujitsu prototype GPS cane hands-on: the future of monitoring and protecting the elderly

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Fujitsu's Stylistic S01 isn't the company's only attempt to cater to an older audience. It's also experimenting with a rather ingenius (and super glossy) take on the classic cane, that looks like something out of a sci-fi film. Inside the two-toned elliptical head-piece are a pile of electronics, including...
Fujitsu prototype GPS cane hands-on: the future of monitoring and protecting the elderly

Peter Misek raises Apple estimates, lowers price target

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Jefferies' Apple specialist flew in from Asia with a sack full of predictions FORTUNE -- There's a lot to digest in Peter Misek's note to clients Monday. Just back from a visit to some of Apple's (AAPL) Asian suppliers, Jefferies' managing director has a lot to say about the rate at...
Peter Misek raises Apple estimates, lowers price target

ZTE Geek unveiled with 2GHz Intel Clover Trail+ and a terrible name (video)

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Oh ZTE you cheeky monkey. Towards the end of day one at IDF in Beijing, we stumbled upon this awkwardly titled Android Jelly Bean phone that is the Geek at ZTE's booth. Needless to say, this is yet another phone powered by an Intel processor -- a 2GHz Clover...
ZTE Geek unveiled with 2GHz Intel Clover Trail+ and a terrible name (video)
Can Apple get away with another "S" iPhone?

Microsoft has its own Project Glass - augmented reality glasses/wearable computer combo

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Microsoft has it’s own Project Glass cooking in the R&D labs. It’s an augmented reality glasses/heads-up display, that should supply you with various bits of trivia while you are watching a live event, e.g. baseball game. The device was made public via Microsoft’s patent application published today. Microsoft is taking...
Microsoft has its own Project Glass - augmented reality glasses/wearable computer combo

NTT DoCoMo's i beam tablet prototype is driven by your eyes (video)

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Another prototype from DoCoMo aimed at Nihon's commuters, the i beam concept tablet forgoes any touch at all, allowing the user (once they're at the specified 'sweet spot') to navigate around apps and screens using your eyes. Two sensors along the bottom edge of the tablet track both of...
NTT DoCoMo's i beam tablet prototype is driven by your eyes (video)

A Google Glass rival emerges from an upstart in Japan

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Japanese entrepreneur Takahito Iguchi wants people to see the world through other people’s eyes. But as a less ambitious jumping off point, he’ll kick it off with a world that looks like a Japanese manga cartoon. His device, called the Telepathy One, is the closest thing I’ve seen under development...
A Google Glass rival emerges from an upstart in Japan

Sega Pluto prototype console surfaces: the Saturn / NetLink mishmash that never was

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So, first things first. Sega actually shipped some pretty insane gear. A handheld console that used full-size Genesis cartridges? Check. A sophisticated Tamagotchi that our own editor-in-chief developed games for? Yessir. Something called a "32X" that stacked on top of an already sizable home console? Sure, why not? Given...
Sega Pluto prototype console surfaces: the Saturn / NetLink mishmash that never was

Lockheed Martin powers up its first GPS III satellite, stays on track for 2014

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It's been awhile since we heard much about Lockheed Martin's GPS III satellite family beyond mention of an early prototype. The next-gen positioning system just took a big step forward with word that the company has successfully powered up the first production craft of the bunch, Space Vehicle One....
Lockheed Martin powers up its first GPS III satellite, stays on track for 2014

Flood of leaked images suggest Nokia EOS smartphone with huge PureView camera

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Images of an alleged Nokia EOS chassis have leaked from what appears to be a factory, lending some credence to previous rumors of a camera-centric handset from the Finnish outfit. Other shots from GSM Arena and a Twitter user called @ViziLeaks, (with exactly three tweets under that name) also...
Flood of leaked images suggest Nokia EOS smartphone with huge PureView camera

Switched On: The Old Adventures of New 3D

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Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology. In the unmarked office of 3-D Vision, Inc., you can see a television or PC display a videogame or movie with a convincing stereoscopic effect. That might not seem very unique. However, the television is a CRT...
Switched On: The Old Adventures of New 3D
Rumor mill gets rolling on next Nexus handset

CES 2013 day 4: Samsung's bendy phone screen, Android oven, and more

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Our rapid roundup of the other things happening on the showfloor as reported elsewhere, as the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas begins to wind downDay 4 of CES always sees the journalists and exhibitors all getting a bit battle-weary. The big keynotes are done, the big themes will have...
CES 2013 day 4: Samsung's bendy phone screen, Android oven, and more

Radioactive Orchestra 2.0 takes the music live, makes sweet photonic melodies (video)

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Sweden's Kollektivet Livet took a step towards demystifying the invisible energy around us last year through its Radioactive Orchestra, which turned isotopes into beats and beeps. To our relief, the Orchestra isn't content to record in the studio. Version 2.0 of the music project is all about going on...
Radioactive Orchestra 2.0 takes the music live, makes sweet photonic melodies (video)

Pics.io Wants To Bring A Collaborative, RAW-Based Photo Editing Workflow To The Browser

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A new startup called Pics.io out of the Ukraine hopes to take the next big leap in the online photography workflow, by making browser-based, fully collaborative RAW image file processing a reality. The team has plenty of experience working in digital photography, and is now looking for funding to...
Pics.io Wants To Bring A Collaborative, RAW-Based Photo Editing Workflow To The Browser
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