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With variable pressure sensitivity for accurate Street Fighter VI punches.
For a material so small, this could be a very big development.
More cameras in everything. Hooray.
They may not be the most tattoo-like designs in the world, but they are some of the first truly flexible wearable sensors to hit the market.
Unfortunately, it's not quite a finished product.
One of the plans for the cars we won't be able to afford of the future.
Good news for the planet's lithium reserves.
It sounds like it could be something that Q hands to Bond, but this is real life.
A little knowledge of how digital cameras actually work can help improve your photography game, and all it requires is 13 minutes of your time.
InVisage's QuantumFilm camera finally churns out its special footage – five years after it was announced.
Many autonomous cars use a kind of laser-based radar to sense the world around them. But now a researcher has developed a simple system that can fool the devices into seeing objects where really none exist.
Does Aerosense make any sense?
How did I just do that? I’m using Windows Hello, a new feature of Windows 10 that can log you in with your face instead of a password.
It sounds a strange move but it is all part of Sony's new mission.
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