Asus Eee Pad tablet to favor Android over Windows Embedded OS
Gadget show to bring fiercer competition to iPad
(AP) -- Apple Inc.'s popular iPad is getting its strongest competition thus far as consumer-electronics manufacturers unveil tablet computers with bigger screens, front-facing cameras for video chatting and ...
Toshiba 3D glasses-free 55-incher touts especially fine resolution
Motorized shoes ready to roll into stores
Tired of walking? An American inventor has designed a pair of motorized shoes.
Google rumored to have built Heads-Up-Display glasses prototype
Radical new 'focus later' camera begins shipping
A radical new camera that lets you adjust the focus after you take a picture began shipping this week.
QFO Labs wants to send palm-sized copters out to play
iPhone 5 with scratch resistant sapphire screen demoed at Mobile World Congress 2013 (w/ video)
Review: 'Smart' LED bulbs controlled by iPhones
LED bulbs seem to be the future of home lighting: They save electricity, they're durable and they don't contain mercury like compact fluorescents. But having them produce white light like any old light bulb ...
Review: BlackBerry Z10 delivers, but doesn't stand out
The BlackBerry Z10 went on sale Friday in the U.S., and BlackBerry loyalists will like the improvements that come with the new smartphone and operating system. But for consumers who are looking for an alternative ...
Your next phone camera might be able to sense depth
The camera in your smartphone may soon have a new trick: depth perception. Toshiba, Samsung and Silicon Valley startup Pelican Imaging are developing image sensors and software that would allow cameras to detect the distance ...
NFC Ring is designed to unlock your door and smartphone
Review: Google Glass needs lots of polishing
Google Glass is an innovative - if unpolished - technology. But it has what I think is a fundamental flaw: Designed to be worn on the face throughout the day, Glass is a barrier between users and the real ...
Maker of $33 smartphone hails 'new era' for India
The maker of a new $33 smartphone billed as India's cheapest said Wednesday it aims to sell half a million in the next three months in what it called a "new era" for the market.