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New Samsung Eye Mouse for Disabled

New Samsung Eye Mouse for Disabled
A glasses-free "eye mouse" developed by Samsung will be made available as open source so other companies can manufacture and sell the technology for disabled computer-users.
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Mobile Arena Still a Struggle for Intel
Chip-making giant Intel is still struggling to catch up in mobile computing, but says its PC business is performing better than expected and its return to revenue growth this year will continue.
Robot Security Guards Make Debut
Doctor Who had K-9, the robot dog that accompanied him on adventures through space. Now, Mountain View has K5, a 5-foot-tall, 300-pound robot security guard patrolling in the Bay Area.
US OKs World's Fastest Computers
The U.S. Department of Energy has chosen IBM, Nvidia and Mellanox to help it build supercomputers that are many times faster than the most advanced computing systems available today.
Dell Intros Slew of Enterprise Systems
At the Dell World 2014 conference in Austin, Dell has announced a slew of new hardware as well as software services for enterprises, data centers, and businesses looking to the cloud.
HP's Sprout: PC, 3D Scanner in One
Aiming at creative professionals.
HP Bends Reality with 3D Printing
More productivity for fewer dollars.
On Aisle 3: Customer Service Robots
New high-tech customer service idea.
iPad Mini 3 Teardown: Hard To Fix
Yet not much different than iPad Mini 2.
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