Sesame Street, the iconic show that has made learning fun for millions of children around the world for decades, isn’t just about puppets, ABC’s, and the number of the day.
In part one of this series on making touch-based apps for kids,
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If you’re a developer looking for a task worthy of your jaw-dropping code skills, you’ll want to check out the Intel® Perceptual Computing Cha
The Consumer Electronics Show, better known as CES, is one of the largest tech shows put on annually worldwide, and the show for 2013 is looking to be one of the biggest.
IFA, the world’s largest consumer electronics convention right after CES, closed this past week having debuted a whole host of mouthwatering technology.
At the end of every year at IBM’s research lab, predictions about where technology might be going in the next five years are made by a select group of research and computer scientists.
Perceptual computing is one of the most exciting technologies to come our way in a long time, and it’s really just getting started. What is perceptual computing?
One of the most popular emerging fields today in app development is user experience (UX); basically, the study of how a user actually “feels” when using a system, app, or software. There are sever