Samsung Electronics announced today P960, the world’s first slider type Digital Video Broadcast - Handheld (DVB-H) mobile TV phone P960.
Remember when people used personal computers—desktops and laptops—to check email, view video and keep tabs on Facebook? Back in that far-away era, I'd have several windows open for Web browsers, a word ...
Samsung Telecommunications America and T-Mobile USA announced Tuesday the retail availability of the thinnest bar phone available in the U.S. market.
Steve Jobs was great at introducing devices before people realized they wanted or needed them.
Apple is holding an event Wednesday in San Francisco, and has hinted that it will reveal a new iPad model. Rumors speak of an updated tablet with a speedier processor, a sharper screen and an option for faster ...
I am sliding three little cubes around my desk. My goal is to help a penguin named Booker collect a bunch of eggs and avoid being eaten by a horrific creature named Owlbear. It's a lot of fun.
Sony Ericsson announces its first high-speed phone for the US—the Z750 and the W580, a Walkman phone with a pedometer and built-in games.
When Samsung announced its new Galaxy S4 in March, it put some serious doubts into this longtime iPhone user.
(AP) -- Make room in the toy box for the iPad.
Japanese electronics titan Panasonic unveiled the world's largest plasma television Monday at the opening of the world's biggest consumer electronics trade show.
AT&T Inc.'s U-Verse TV service is going wireless - inside the home. Its new set-top boxes will use the home's Wi-Fi to get their TV programming, with no need for a coaxial cable.
The International Consumer Electronics Show kicked off on Tuesday with a dazzling array of high-tech gadgetry including ultra-thin laptops, snazzy smartphones, iPad rivals and flat-screen and 3D TVs.
Apple may have sold two million of its new iPad tablet computers in less than two months, but it now has a Chinese challenger -- the identical looking iPed.