Facebook has unveiled a virtual-reality (VR) wristband that will be used to control its forthcoming augmented-reality glasses.
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For the most part they go unseen but computer chips are at the heart of all the digital products that surround us - and when supplies run short, it can halt manufacturing.
The new Google Nest Hub will track users' body activity in bed to generate personalised sleep-tracking reports.
Mixed-reality platform, Microsoft Mesh, will allow people to join and share the same virtual experience wherever they are in the world.
One billion public-facing Instagram photos were used to train an algorithm created by Facebook to learn to recognise images by itself.
Owners of Roomba robot vacuums have complained the devices appear "drunk" following a software update.
Plans to ramp up production of chips in Taiwan have been hampered by droughts, affecting factories' water supplies.
A US art installation that will let people control a paintballing robot in a mock art gallery has been condemned by the firm that made the robo-dog.
The use of "invisible" tracking tech in emails is now "endemic", according to a messaging service that analysed its traffic at the BBC's request.
A cricket bat designed for virtual reality gaming and a bluetooth-connected baseball are among the sport innovations to be unveiled at the CES tech show.