3D Helmet for Surgeons Turns Complex Surgery Into Call of Duty

Laparoscopic surgery lets surgeons use tiny "keyhole" incisions and micro-sized 3D cameras to operate on internal organs without leaving big, slow-healing scars. It's already considered a revolutionary procedure, and now Sony is introducing a 3D helmet display that advances the tech even further. It's like Oculus Rift » 7/23/13 6:19pm 7/23/13 6:19pm

Our Favorite HD TVs, Bikes, Cameras, and More

Summer's in full swing, and, if we're being really honest with ourselves, everyone's probably praying to the air conditioning gods more than any other tech deity at this point. But man cannot live on air conditioning alone. Plus, June saw some pretty awesome gadgets come our way. Here are the cream of this very, very… » 7/01/13 5:40pm 7/01/13 5:40pm

Microsoft Surface Display Shoot-Out: Does It Beat the iPad?

The new Windows tablets, led by Microsoft's Surface, provide a third major family of tablets for consumers and the computing world. The significance and stakes are enormous because tablets are among the most important developments in computing and consumer products in the last 20 years. Like Google's Android tablets,… » 11/12/12 10:41am 11/12/12 10:41am

7 Features the iPhone 5's Display Might Have

The display will play a central role in the marketing, appearance, and performance of the iPhone 5, which will be announced on Wednesday September 12. The iPhone 4 display is no longer state-of-the-art. While I don't have any inside information about the iPhone 5 display, below are a series of Sherlock Holmes… » 9/10/12 3:20pm 9/10/12 3:20pm

Sony’s Xperia P and U Are the Budget Little Brothers to That Gorgeous…

Given Sony already torpedoed its Xperia S back at CES, you can aaaaalmost forgive the now-lacking-in-Ericsson company for its lacklustre MWC showings. New Sony boss Kaz Hirai took to the stage to intro the Xperia P and Xperia U phones, which, as rumoured, are both dual-core phones with 8 and 5-megapixel cameras… » 2/26/12 1:47pm 2/26/12 1:47pm