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 on Tuesday.
US smartphone buyers can't wait to get their hands on touchscreen devices, according to figures released Tuesday by industry tracker comScore.
Hewlett-Packard recently announced a new wireless, touchscreen tablet that's a cross between a wireless photo frame and a super duper remote control.
Sony opened its electronic bookstore to would-be authors Tuesday in a partnership with two self-publishing companies.
US wireless carrier T-Mobile plans to make a push into the home with communications devices that will run on Google's Android open-source software, The New York Times reported on Monday.
Pikachu and Link will be among the first characters coming to "amiibo."
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 way.
In just a short time, BlackBerry went from being the coolest gadget-maker on the planet to one apparently destined for the history books.
It may not be able to carry the clubs like a caddie but a new "smart watch" can help a golfer find his range on the course, and its makers are taking a swing at the global market as part of a new trend in wearable computing.