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Corning expected to debut Gorilla Glass 3 at CES 2013

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Many touch screen displays these days are created using Corning’s patented Gorilla Glass, which is more durable than other displays, while maintaining clarity.  In a not so surprising move, Corning a…

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Accessories

Mirror prototype is straight out of Minority Report, shows the news as you brush your teeth

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Most people have only their beautiful faces to keep them company in the mirror. One project from a Japanese company will show your reflection, but also give you your morning updates. Seraku recently unveiled…

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Google co-founder Sergey Brin walks around with Project Glass prototype; are you interested? [POLL]

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Google wants to put the world’s information in front of you – directly  in front of you. Earlier this week, the company confirmed that it is developing an augmented reality platform that would be b…

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Forget auto-focus – what if Lytro someday gives smartphones infinite focus?

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Lytro is a company that is gearing up to deliver a light field camera that can capture an image and then choose what to focus on later. The “shoot first, focus later” technology allows users to captu…

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VectorNav VPE delivers more accurate Android sensor technology, better gaming experience

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In the midst of all the talk about multi-core processors and different screen types, people often forget about the importance of sensors. The rarely-considered gyroscope, orientation, and other sensors pl…

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Space: The Android Frontier

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People wise enough to follow the Androinica Twitter feed may already be familiar with this story, but the rest should learn more about Astdroid. That’s the Kickstarter project by Danny Pier, who contac…

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Android can run better eBook readers

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Android can run better eBook readers

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The Moto Development group has taken the first step toward developing a more efficient eBook reader for Google Android. In a video posted to its website, Moto revealed a proof of concept that shows its driver ca…

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