Using a 3-D full-body scanner and 3-D printer, a Berkeley company wants to turn you into an action hero.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos showed off his company’s first entry into the smartphone market with features like a 3-D display, tangle-free flat-cord headphones, and it’s own operating system, sort of.
A Silicon Valley firm is providing state-of-the-art facial recognition technology currently being used at the international airport in Sochi, Russia to identify athletes, fans, and dignitaries attending the Olympics.
There’s a new vending machine on the UC Berkeley campus, but it’ll be of no use to students during a midnight snack attack. The Dreambox is a 3-D printing vending machine, the first of its kind.
Starting at midnight, all 16 screens at the San Francisco Metreon were dedicated to “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2″. Every showing sold out.
Pro sports teams everywhere have a problem. With more live sporting events available on TV and cable, with multi-screen HD, slow motion replay and soon high-quality 3-D, will fewer fans buy tickets to go the stadium or ball park?