Who wants a BlackBerry these days? Millions in Africa and Asia
BlackBerry, once the must-have device for the sweaty palms of executives and wannabe executives everywhere, has seen its global share of the smartphone market fall to below 1%. So would you still buy this unp ...
Physicist's gadget lets you hear the sound of a perfect golf swing
Sony Cameras Wait for Baby to Smile
Companies Aim to Put Projectors in Cell Phones
Although the latest and greatest cell phones are all the rage at this years CTIA show, a new mobile device category emerged that many are calling "nano" or "pico" projectors.
Review: Dazzling Palm software beats the iPhone
(AP) -- Move over, iPhone. You've had two years on top of the smart phone world. Now there's a touch-screen phone with better software: the Palm Pre.
Qualcomm's next e-book to use a mirasol display
3-D TV is no longer just a vision
The most-hyped home electronics product in years -- 3-D TV -- has arrived. Quietly. On Thursday, Amazon.com began selling Samsung 46-inch and 55-inch TVs that are capable of showing 3-D programming.
Tech review: New MacBook Pro puts form over function
Steve Jobs was great at introducing devices before people realized they wanted or needed them.
Troy Wolverton: iPhone 5 still comes up short compared to rivals
Apple's new iPhone 5 is a well-crafted device that's likely please the company's fans and sell in the tens of millions. But if you're looking for something truly innovative in a smartphone, look elsewhere.
Tests: New iPhones less durable than iPhone 5 (Update)
As Apple pitches its newest smartphones, users may find something lacking compared with last year's model: They could break more easily.
Tomorrow's tablets? Look, no hands
Engineers in a suburban Chicago office complex have designed a new microphone that they say will be key to the future of smartphone and tablet technology because it gives consumers the ability to operate hand-held devices ...
Ubuntu's foray into phones brings a fresh approach, but will consumers take to it?
A new arrival into an extremely competitive market, the first Ubuntu-powered phone has finally gone on sale in Europe – two years after a failed attempt to generate crowdfunding nevertheless raised US$12m. A sleek, polished rectangle, it appears much ...
Bicyclists Get Hindsight with Cerevellum Device
Toshiba TV adds third dimension to video viewing
Toshiba on Wednesday unveiled a flat-panel television that converts any digital video into 3-D.