A government study has picked out the kind of jobs that are likely to be commonplace by 2030, but the stuff of sci-fi right now, including spaceship pilot and avatar manager.
If anywhere could be expected to be in the vanguard of the imminent Augmented Reality (AR) revolution then it would have to be Japan and where else but in the nation's myriad department stores?
The Virgin Galactic project is still on track, with Sir Richard Branson unveiling SpaceShipTwo – which will allow people to visit space for £121,500 a pop.
Home Cinema Choice has managed to grab some time with the next, next generation of displays – Sony's 360 Holographic Viewer.
If it were early April we'd take NEC's claims for its latest prototype gadget with a sack load of salt, but as it's November we'll have to turn down the disbelief and pay closer attention.
Solar technology has long been one of those fields in which progress was always creeping, rather than coming in leaps and bounds.
Sony's 3D express train continues going at top speed with the announcement that the company is set to show off a new 360-degree 3D prototype display.
A team of scientists in Haifa, Israel has designed a blueprint for a 'photonic machine gun' that could prove revolutionary for quantum computers.
Japanese scientists have come up with an interesting new type of 3D viewing, one where you can actually touch what you see.