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A new study is one of the first to explore the monetary value of personal information shared online.
New software turns the Kinect into a cheap 3-D scanner—opening up applications ranging from crime fighting to interior design.
A touch screen that reads fingerprints could make the technology more useful.
A Web service developed by Microsoft Research lets people curate their own personal history.
Manufacturers are testing a brain-wave-sensing system that sounds an alarm when it detects sleepiness.
New software lets you mark places as off-limits for wearable camera gadgets like Google Glass.
With modest hardware, Nokia’s new phones may struggle to stand out.
A look at some of the kinds of images you can make with the 3-D scanner project that evolved from Microsoft’s Xbox controller.
Police may already be sifting through communications for incriminating messages.