Monster iMotion CarPlay 3000 (hands-on) Video
Apple officially shows off CarPlay to take over your dashboard, the iPhone 6's A8 chip is reportedly in production, and a Steve Jobs giveaway you can't miss.
Microsoft shows off its new Kinect Xbox interface at E3 2010. No remotes or controllers are needed. Users instead play music, movies, games and connect via video chat using voice commands and hand or body motions. The Kinect, formerly known as Project Natal, will go on sale in November.
Rockbox turns your iPod into a FLAC- and OGG-playing, open-source monster.
The biggest story at the Geneva Auto Show is not a car.
The controller that allows you to bypass your keyboard and mouse in favor of using your fingers as a computer interface will soon recognize users' whole hands. Leap Motion's cofounders David Holz and Michael Buckwald preview the upcoming upgrade plus a new modeling app that aims to let you create 3D objects intuitively.
Monster's iFreePlay cordless headphones feature an integrated dock for your iPod Shuffle in the left earpad.
Sony unveils its first motion controller for the PlayStation 3.
The Leap Motion device that brings gesture recognition to your desktop and laptop is now available. CNET's Sumi Das tries her hand at the new user interface with apps that show what the controller can do.
Several vehicles will roll out with software that works with iPhones, Samsung throws in a bundle of free services with the Galaxy S5, and two new Chromebooks hope to stand out with a faux-leather finish.