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Top 10 Tech This Week


Dedicated inventors, developers and designers create new and innovative tech every day, improving the world one invention at a time. The gallery above shows the most noteworthygadgets unveiled this week.

Revolv is new service that allows you to control your home's appliances, lights, locks and thermostat from your smartphone. Read more on how this amazing new system can remotely access your house here.

A new graphene chip developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Columbia University and the T. J. Watson Research Center runs on light instead of electricity. Watch the video to see how this little chip can save on power consumption.

The Rideye, a video camera that cyclists can attach to the handlebars of their bikes to capture accidents, is currently looking for funding on Kickstarter. Cedric Bosch, the creator of Rideye, says that the device will help hold drivers responsible for hit-and-runs. Read more about how the gadget could help bike aficionados.

In other camera-related news, Ohio State University developed a camera lens that focuses likethe human eye. This flexible polymer lens works by pumping liquid in and out, altering its shape as the fluid fills several domes within the lens.

Check out these and other stories in the following gallery.


HP Debuts First PC With Built-In Leap Motion

The Envy 17, HP's latest PC with a Leap Motion sensor, allows users to perform tasks without ever touching the computer.

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Control Your House From Your Smartphone With Revolv for iOS

With Revolv, never worry about forgetting to lock the front door again. Revolv is a hub that allows you to control your home from your phone.

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Bose's Tiny Noise-Canceling Earphones Deliver Sweet, Sweet Sound

Get the same noise-cancelling quality without the bulk with these new Bose earbuds.

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Camera Lens Adjusts Focus Like a Human Eye

Researchers at Ohio State University created a fluid-filled lens that could make attachable camera lenses obsolete.

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Graphene Computer Chip Runs on Light, Not Electricity

Computing could soon be a little greener thanks to a new graphene chip that runs on light rather than electricity.

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This Gadget Turns Your iPad Into a Powerful 3D Scanner

The Structure Sensor allows iPads to scan 3D objects for 3D printing and augmented reality games.

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Tobii Lets You Control a Tablet With Your Eyes

Eye tracking technology allows Windows Tablet users to control their devices without lifting a finger.

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A new tablet is about to hit the market, and it comes with a stylus for writing and drawing for all of your artistic needs.

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Sony Bravia Smart Stick Is a Feature-Packed Chromecast

This little gadget can turn your TV into a Google TV, capable of running Netflix, Crackle, Redbox and more.

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Rideye Is a Black Box Video Camera for Bikes

This device aimed at city cyclists will help identify hit-and-run drivers by recording footage of the accident.

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