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.
Review: 5 e-book readers for less than $175
(AP) -- When Amazon.com's ground-breaking Kindle e-book reader came out in 2007, it cost $399. Now, some e-readers, including the most recent Kindle entry, can be had for just north of $100.
Video recording spy glasses coming to a face near you
Asus shows off concept model of the semi-hybrid mobile device Padfone
Review: Eee Pad tablet transforms into laptop
(AP) -- The tablet computers that compete with the iPad have mostly been uninspiring. The Eee Pad Transformer stands out with a design that isn't just copied from the iPad: It's a tablet that turns into a ...
HP releases dongle-less Wi-Fi mouse
Getting a sneak peek at Qualcomms new processors
Bridgestone is demonstrating its AeroBee e-reader
Lenovo to release a 23-inch tablet PC this year?
What's mine is virtually yours: Collaboration between mobile phone users can speed up communications
Applications on modern wireless devices make demands on data rate and connectivity far beyond anything experienced in the past. One way to meet these stringent requirements is to give the device multiple antennas or multiple-input ...
evoMouse and Magic Cube: New mouse and projector keyboard devices (w/ Video)
Samsung makes 1TB hard drive platters
Fujitsu Stylistic Q550: Windows 7 tablet coming in April
Smart phone rivalry plays out in patent suits
Competition among smart phone makers is heating up at retail, in advertising and, increasingly, in the courtroom as handset and software makers wield patent lawsuits to protect their turf and slow down their rivals.