Nintendo debuts touchscreen Wii successor
Nintendo has introduced the world to the Wii's touchy new big brother: the Wii U.
LiquidText software supports active reading through fingertip manipulation of text
Many reading tasks require individuals to not only read a document, but also to understand, learn from and retain the information in it. For this type of reading, experts recommend a process called active ...
Asia's biggest tech fair opens in Japan
Smartphones detecting bad breath and radiation, twistable remote controls and a super-thin tablet computer were just some of the gadgets on show at Asia's biggest tech fair in Japan Tuesday.
Motorola brings back 'Razr' name for smartphone
Seeking an edge in the world of high-end smartphones, Motorola is bringing back the "Razr" name, once attached to the best-selling phone in the world.
BlackBerry faces tough battle for business users
BlackBerry's new smartphone platform launched this week faces an uphill battle winning back corporate and government users who helped spawn the "crackberry" culture, analysts say.
The tech divide between teachers and students
New research by a Massey University PhD student has found that many educators feel out of their depth when adopting new technology for use in the classroom.
Wet noses to the touchscreen, iPads go to the dogs
You may or may not be able to teach an old dog new tricks, but you can certainly try to get Fido to use an iPad.
Good vibrations bring braille into the 21st century
Even in a world of digital devices, braille continues to be a vital part of life for blind people. For nearly 200 years, this versatile writing system has allowed them to learn, work and live in a more independent ...
RIM making new touchscreen smartphone, tablet device
Research in Motion (RIM) is developing a touchscreen smartphone with a slide-out keyboard and a tablet device to serve as a larger-screen companion to its popular BlackBerry, The Wall Street Journal reported ...
Dell to roll out second tablet computer
Dell chief executive Michael Dell on Wednesday said the firm will release a second tablet computer to compete in a hot market dominated by Apple's iPad.
Watch industry gets smartphones to keep wristwatches ticking
With the younger generation opting to use their smartphones to tell time, the watch-making industry is being forced to get smart and high-tech to recapture consumers.