University students on IBM's Extreme Blue summer internship have shown off a range of cutting-edge ideas, from smart car tech to e-voting devices
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Within the next decade, Microsoft suggests, smart devices everywhere will be able to recognise individuals and fire up apps and intelligence to match that person — a scenario that calls for a single overarching OS
Swedish company Tobii has shrunk the size and updated the software of its eye-tracking device and hopes to see the technology go into use in the medical, design, presentation, surveillance and gaming industries
Intel has shown off prototype machine-to-machine sensor devices designed for use by firefighters, sanitation workers and in the oil and gas industries
A method for making objects invisible in water and retinal implants to help the blind see were among the cutting-edge projects on display at the Royal Society's annual science fair
The two companies are working together on adhesives that can glue chips on top of one another to increase density, while radiating heat away to maintain performance
The Next Unit of Computing (NUC) boards see Intel target consumers and retailers with a low-cost PC that still packs an Ivy Bridge punch.