Is This The HTC Dream- Android or An Anamorphic Inside Joke
HTC Peaks-Leaks Intro of New Innovations
Samsung and Versus unveil the 'Samsung E500 Versus'
Samsung Electronics and Versus, the line that embodies Gianni Versace SpA at its most youthful, free spirited and daring, unveiled the new 'Samsung Versus E500' mobile phone.
Virtual reality, goggles and all, attempts return
It's back. The virtual reality headset, the gizmo that was supposed to seamlessly transport wearers to three-dimensional virtual worlds, has made a remarkable return at this year's Game Developers Conference, ...
Review: Amazon phone unlikely to catch Fire
In announcing Fire, its first-ever smartphone, Amazon showed off some sparks of innovation. There are two standout features in particular: a service called Firefly that can identify everything from a song ...
The New T-Mobile G1 Android Has A Remote Kill Switch For Apps
Japanese gadget controls iPod in blink of an eye
A wink, a smile or a raised eyebrow could soon change the music on your iPod or start up the washing machine, thanks to a new Japanese gadget.
Toshiba Glass shown at Ceatec in Japan
Flatbed scanner's Cinderella act, a functioning camera
Apricorn Announces External Hard Drive for DVRs
Storage provider Apricorn, a company that supplies backup and upgrade products for notebook and desktop applications, announced the release of its new DVR Xpander hard drive on Wednesday, a device the company says will instantly ...
Courier: Microsoft's New 'Booklet' (w/ Video)
Sharp improves wall display technology
(AP) -- Walls, ceiling and floors will turn into wall-to-wall imagery with Sharp's new technology that has minimized the gaps between displays, allowing them to be used like high-tech tiles.
iPhone makes great snitch for savvy cops
Got an iPhone in your pocket? Then you might be storing even more personal information than you realize. And some of it could be used against you if you're ever charged with a crime.
LA to give every student an iPad; $30M order
Los Angeles' school system, the second largest in the United States, is ordering iPads for all its students, handing Apple a major success in its quest to make the tablet computer a replacement for textbooks.