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For decades now virtual reality (VR) has dangled on the fringes of technology without ever truly achieving accepted mainstream adoption or commercial success. But according to Citigroup analyst Kota Ezawa, 2016 will be the year that VR finally gains widespread recognition and approval. By 2019 the VR market is expected to top $200 billion after accounting […] The post 12 Exciting VR Applications Other Than Gaming appeared first on Goliath.
By Wes Walcott
You're used to your smartphone's vibration alerts, but could the same technology in a shoe really help give the wearer directions?
With this new breed of smart collars, you'll know when your dog is napping, frolicking or needing a boost in activity levels.
We have smartphones, smart watches and now smart rings. But can a gadget that small really help you manage your communication and information needs?
By Dave Roos
In the United States, it's a felony to knowingly aim a laser pointer at an aircraft. And for good reason: Those little red dots have landed pilots in the hospital.
By Beth Brindle
Technology is ever-evolving, so gadgets that were cutting edge just a few years ago are already obsolete. Here are 10 that linger, though we'd happily eulogize them.
It can decode an entire human genome quickly and cheaply. Could this sequencer be the one that pushes DNA sequencers beyond labs and into hospitals?
By Eric Seeger
Remember the bygone days when you were forced to watch television in real-time as it aired? Streaming boxes and other tech renders that a distant memory, and now, Roku is shrinking the game.
Have you ever imagined yourself walking around your town like a sci-fi hero, with a heads-up display showing you details of the world around you? Google Glass aims to make that possible for all of us.
It resembles a sporty looking contact case, and it just may save your life if you find yourself in trouble in the wilderness. Curious yet?
By Robert Lamb
Although the idea of "thinking" underwear might make you snicker, the U.S. military isn't joking around. Find out how smart underwear could help monitor soldiers' vitals -- and more.
Looking rather like a fridge for fabrics, the Styler is a clothes manager that's designed to freshen up your duds. How does it work?
Although we love our mobile gadgetry, all those charging cords are annoying to keep up with and carry around. Wireless chargers eliminate the need for extra cables, but how do they power up your gear?
Living with a nerve disorder can be extremely challenging, but there may be a new hope on the horizon. Can a garment called the Electrodress change the lives of patients forever?
If you left your house at all in the last couple of years or so, you've seen QR codes all over the place. Scan one with your smartphone and you can check in with friends, buy a new shirt or even brag about the sex you just had.
Here's a new pollution fighting idea: What if our clothing could clean the air it touched, while we were simply walking around going about our business?
Goggles is a Google invention that allows you to search for information using visual clues from the real world. Take a gander at Goggles in this article.
Thanks to nanotechnology, you may no longer need to live in fear of dropping your smartphone in the toilet or sink. Is dependable waterproofing for smartphones and tablets really happening?
So, you're a new parent and you want some high-tech baby gadgetry that'll make you standout at playgroup? This state-of-the-art stroller should do the trick.
Nope, it's not a tramp stamp that lights up, but this slim, circuitry-filled sticker could save your life someday. And that's pretty cool, isn't it?
By Robert Lamb
The BrailleTouch allows touch typing for the visually impaired -- and more. Check out this innovative, game-changing tech in this article.
The Solowheel is an impressive piece of modern engineering. But how were the inventors able to boil personal transportation down into something not much larger than a soccer ball?
Whether you're frantically windmilling your arms at the Wii or getting blasted by a spotlight while sneaking across your neighbor's lawn, motion control is hard at work. We'll tell you how.
By Robert Lamb
Finding a gift for the dad who has everything can seem challenging. But with new technology constantly on the march, there are always possibilities for gadget-loving papas. Here are our very best tech gift ideas for Dad.
Temperature-sensitive inks once rocked the '70s in the form of mood rings. These days, they're turning products like beer cans, wallpaper and footballs into color-changing chameleons.