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.
Apple sues Motorola over smart phone patent
Apple is suing Motorola for infringing on patents related to its smart phones.
Review: Despite its bulk, G2 phone gets it right
(AP) -- Two years ago, the Android invasion began when T-Mobile released the first smart phone running Google's Android operating system, HTC's G1.
A look at new Android cell phones
Google's Android operating system has come a long way in the past year.
Review: Newest iPods get it right, as expected
(AP) -- By now, Apple's introduction of new iPods each fall is about as surprising as kids going back to school.
Gestural hand-tracking interface being developed by MIT researchers (w/ video)
Samsung unveils iPad competitor Galaxy Tab
Samsung unveiled on Thursday what the South Korean electronics giant hopes will be a major rival to Apple's highly successful iPad tablet PC.
Touch screen, price hike to cheapest Sony e-reader
(AP) -- Lately, the electronic-reader market has been a race to the bottom, with major players such as Amazon.com Inc. and Barnes & Noble Inc. tussling over which can offer consumers the best, cheapest e-reader.
Review: Dell Streak is awkward phone, so-so tablet
(AP) -- Lately I've been feeling very self-conscious when talking on the phone in public, and it's not because I'm worried about strangers listening in on my private conversations.
New BlackBerry is badly needed flagship for RIM
(AP) -- BlackBerrys still fly off the shelves. They still convey the message that their owners mean business - that they're people who are important enough to need e-mail access all the time.
RIM unleashes BlackBerry Torch to take on iPhone
Research In Motion (RIM) on Tuesday unveiled a BlackBerry Torch to take on the hot-selling iPhone, avoiding comment on a plan in the United Arab Emirates to snuff out data service there.
iPhone 4 review: Nice phone, too bad about antenna problem, lack of LTE
Apple's iPhone 4 is a beautiful device, one of the nicest in the growing field of amazing smartphones on sale this summer. The software gives its touch-screen controls a buttery smoothness, plus a few handy ...