If the latest gadgets are anything to go by, technology is becoming the key to wellness. Rory Carroll reports.
A United States company has come up with a baton-shaped device that charges gadgets using power generated by walking, hiking or running.
Tablet computers will lead a host of "smart" gadgets in the Nevada desert this week at the Consumer Electronics Show.
In an event at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the company announced plans to start beaming 3D gigs directly into living rooms.
Microsoft plans to get its Natal body-gesturing gaming system into stores in time for this year's holiday shopping season.
Manufacturers are banking on 3D TVs for their next sales boost, with sets expected to hit US shelves in force by the middle of 2010.
Televisions enhanced with direct internet access and 3D displays will be among the most anticipated products unveiled on Thursday.