Photo booths just got an upgrade -- the Iris photo booth is designed to take selfies that are good enough for corporate headshots, no photographer required. One session with a single download costs $20.
The British military is set to invest just over $1 billion in future technologies over the next 10 years, with expectations that virtual reality, drones, and laser guns could all become part of active field gear by the end of the decade.
Lowe's launched the second generation of its smart-home solution, Iris by Lowe's. The lower-priced hub ($60) is more powerful and includes Bluetooth capability. The redesigned app is meant to be more intuitive, too.
Intel's Skylake range of chips will not come with a socketed version supporting both Iris Pro graphics and eDRAM, according to an announcement from the CPU maker. For that, gamers will need to look to Broadwell.
The Iris is a laser heads-up display that bundles smartphone connectivity, a unique navigation system, gesture control, and geolocation information into one device. It's made to replace the sun visor in any car.
Home improvement retailer Lowe's has just added an ingenious new gizmo to its popular Iris home automation line, a smart water valve that can automatically shut off your water if it detects that a pipe burst.
Intel's using Computex as a platform to launch its fourth generation of Core processors, code-named Haswell. The processors will be coming to a PC near you in the latter half of 2013. Should you wait for their release before buying your…