AGC creates 15% lighter glass for mobile devices
New acoustic alternative for touchscreen phones in development
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.
Car tech dazzles at Consumer Electronics Show
Automakers are taking a drive into the future at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Tablets: How best to bridge phone, laptop
The season of the tablet computer has arrived. Sparked eight months ago by Apple Inc.'s debut of the iPad, every major computer company is now trying to get one in stores in time for holiday shopping.
'Ubice': Nokia builds a touchscreen made of ice (w/ Video)
RIM shares up as CEO says tablet to cost below 500 dollars
Shares in Research In Motion surged on Wall Street on Wednesday after the chief executive of the company behind the BlackBerry said its upcoming tablet computer would cost below 500 dollars.
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.
Talking touchscreens aid patients
Multimedia talking touchscreens, housed in computer kiosks at clinics and hospitals, are helping researchers at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and clinicians at local health care centers enhance patient-centered ...
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 ...
Sprint dials wrong number with HTC EVO 4G sales figures
US wireless carrier Sprint Nextel said it mistakenly inflated first-day sales figures for the new EVO 4G smartphone from Taiwan's HTC.
Cell Phones Using Gesture Control (w/ Video)
Israel reverses iPad ban
Israel on Sunday reversed a ban on Apple's new iPad after initially confiscating the devices at its airports because the wireless signal was 40 times stronger than the legal limit.