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CES 2013: Mist-Powered Interactive Display

CES 2013: Mist-Powered Interactive Display

Water mist shoots out of a stand to create a moving, unique display. Your computer or tablet screen is projected onto the display, and you interact with it just as you would with a touchscreen.

Google Chromebook Pixel

Google Chromebook Pixel

Google’s Chromebook runs only web apps, some of which also work offline.  It’s a concept you are either OK with or not into at all.

CES 2013: Orpheus Headphones

CES 2013: Orpheus Headphones

The Sennheiser Orpheus originally debuted back in 1991. It was designed and sold as a complete system: a table-top stereo tube amplifier, the power supply, an internal DAC, all the cabling, and of course the headphones themselves.

Guitars Made From Carbon Fiber

Guitars Made From Carbon Fiber

Wired checks out Tech Shop to see how carbon fiber guitars are made and meet the people making them.

CES 2013: Philips uWand

CES 2013: Philips uWand

An IR camera paired with an accelerometer offer pinpoint precision for selecting onscreen items on your TV set, and also lets you use gestures to swipe through menus.

Inside the Cycleplex: The Weird, Wild World of Google Bikes

Inside the Cycleplex: The Weird, Wild World of Google Bikes

Corporate bike fleets have become commonplace on sprawling Silicon Valley campuses over the past decade. Apple has campus bikes, as do Facebook, LinkedIn and others. But there’s nothing quite like Google’s.