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Samsung and Reactrix move beyond touch screens and try to make hand waving the next big computer interface.
Google Earth gives researchers a new perspective on how avian flu is spreading around the world.
Web service Fotowoosh wants to be the Flickr of 3-D.
Cell-phone users can now make the ultimate long-distance call: to friends in the virtual world.
A vehicle uses off-the-shelf components to build 3D maps of an area.
The highest-resolution 3-D light microscope ever made will change how biologists understand cells.
PC users can be as neat or as messy as they like using a new 3-D computer interface based on video-game technology. But can the new software revitalize the creaky desktop metaphor?
The electronics industry hopes to woo consumers with eye-popping technology.
By adding tape, researchers can make more-complex tests that are portable and cheap.