This game system from Microsoft is hands-free and equipped with a camera that detects and reacts to your every move.
Sony’s motion-controlled game system for PlayStation uses small, hand-held lights to react to your swings, throws, and slides.
With this device from Logitech, any television set that supports an HDMI port can also be used for web browsing, video calling, and YouTubing.
The DSC-TX9 and the DSC-WX5, cutting-edge cameras from Sony, creates this kind of image.
This free application from Google allows users to take a picture of just about anything and, within moments, returns a search-result page for the item.
OnLive is a subscription service that delivers these directly to your Mac, PC, or home television through the power of the Internet.
OPOWER is a service that collects data on this and then aggregates and compares it with your neighbors, all in an effort to impact your behavior.
This social network site aims to encourage users to be more physically active by allowing them to present “if/then” challenges to friends.
This gadget fits on top of standard pill bottles and illuminates when it is time to take your dosage.
This ’70s-era, video game giant is making a comeback with a digital initiative that will offer customers revamped versions of classic games that can be played online.