A device attempts to elevate the iPad's keyboard
Even if you love the iPad, you're probably not keen to write your next novel using its on-screen virtual keyboard. You may not be thrilled to type up a lengthy email with it, either.
India unveils new version of 'world's cheapest tablet' (Update)
India has launched a new version of what is dubbed the world's cheapest computer—on sale to students at the subsidised price of $20—with a quicker processor and an improved battery.
E-paper display powered by NFC from smartphone (w/ Video)
Computer battery life sparks highly charged debate
Benny Villanueva recalls being in a Starbucks rushing to finish a college paper that was due when his laptop battery, which he'd been led to believe would last hours, conked out after only about 30 minutes.
Wi-Fi Direct allows P2P connections without Wi-Fi hot spots (w/ Video)
evoMouse and Magic Cube: New mouse and projector keyboard devices (w/ Video)
At a Glance: iPhone 5C and 5S vs. older iPhone 5
Apple's new iPhone 5S and 5C and last year's iPhone 5 are alike in many ways.
Researchers seek longer battery life for electric locomotive
(Phys.org)—Norfolk Southern Railway No. 999 is the first all-electric, battery-powered locomotive in the United States. But when one of the thousand lead-acid batteries that power it dies, the locomotive ...
Review: Haswell laptops deliver on long battery
Just in time for the back-to-school season, new laptops with extended battery life are hitting store shelves.
WiFi 'napping' doubles phone battery life
A Duke University graduate student has found a way to double the battery life of mobile devices such as smartphones or laptop computers by making changes to WiFi technology.
Research firm: New iPad more expensive to make
Apple appears to be making less of a profit from each new iPad than it did when it launched the previous model a year ago, according to a research firm's analysis.
Smart battery for smoke alarms takes retrofit approach
Exploring Google Glass through eyes of early users
Geeks aren't the only people wearing Google Glass. Among the people testing Google Inc.'s wearable computer are teachers, dentists, doctors, hair stylists, architects, athletes and even a zookeeper.