CeBIT: Window-shopping in the future at giant tech fair
Always window-shopping but never stopping to buy? In the future you can do both with new technology allowing you to point through the window at items and buy them with a swish of your hand.
Sony Ericsson unveils first PlayStation smartphone
Sony Ericsson has unveiled the first smartphone certified for PlayStation with a slide-out control pad delivering 3D-capable mobile gaming.
Review: Apps can enhance smart phone cameras
(AP) -- Frankly, I can't remember the last time I picked up my digital camera. Since a smart phone is always on me, either in my bag or back pocket, I use its camera constantly while my perfectly capable ...
HP shows first webOS tablet computer, the TouchPad (Update 2)
Hewlett-Packard Co. unveiled its first tablet computer that uses smart phone pioneer Palm's technology on Wednesday - a skinny black gadget that the companies believe will help them catch up with Apple Inc.'s ...
New keyboard software makes typing faster on touch screens (w/ Video)
Nintendo 3DS to cost $250, out March 27 in US
Promising to usher in a new era in 3-D entertainment, Nintendo says its glasses-free handheld 3DS will go on sale on March 27 in the U.S. for $250. That's the same price that the revolutionary Wii console ...
Tablets crowd gadget show, chasing iPad's tail
(AP) -- Big tablets and small tablets, white ones and black ones. Cheap ones and expensive ones. Brand names famous and obscure at the starting line of a race where the iPad is already a speeding dot near ...
UCLA engineers create new transparent electrodes for highly flexible electronics
The development of new electronic applications like thin-film solar panels, wearable displays and non-invasive biomedical devices, which require significant deformation to copy body movements, has heightened the need for ...
Nokia sues Apple over patents in iPhone, iPad (Update 2)
(AP) -- Nokia Corp. is suing Apple Inc. in Britain, Germany and the Netherlands for allegedly infringing its patents with technology used in the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
BlackBerry, iPhone square off for corporate sales
There was a time when BlackBerrys grew wild. They were everywhere: boardrooms, restaurants and kitchen tables. The dark little devices would vibrate every time a new e-mail arrived, delivering a tiny thrill that millions ...
BendDesk introduced: the desk that is a touch screen (w/ Video)
Tablets: Apple iPad has strong head start, but Samsung gaining ground
This time last year, tablet computers were just remembrances of clunky laptops with articulating hinges that really failed to sell.
Software allows interactive tabletop displays on web
(PhysOrg.com) -- Researchers have developed a new type of software that enables people to use large visual displays and touch screens interactively over the Internet for business and homeland security applications.
Samsung aims to sell 1 mln Galaxy Tabs by year's end
South Korea's Samsung Electronics launched its tablet computer in the domestic market and said it aims to sell more than a million of the Galaxy Tabs worldwide by the end of this year.