Dell announces a new tablet, Ultrabook and all-in-one PC running on Windows 8.
Motorola newest Razr phone will have an Intel mobile chip inside.
Samsung is looking to derail sales of the iPhone 5 by launching a new Galaxy smartphone less than a year after releasing the successful Galaxy S III.
The iPhone 5 might not be a big departure visually from the previous generation, but Apple is packing a punch with its new smartphone.
Amazon is clearly taking on the iPad with its new 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD with 4G LTE, priced to match the $499 3G iPad.
The government develops an Android-like operating systems that doesn't collect customer data for Google; first for military, it will be offered to consumers as well.
Factories may not be able to ramp up fast enough to meet the demand for a refreshed iPhone.
At 5.5 inches, the Samsung Galaxy Note II is as big as it gets. Android 4.1 and a 720p screen make it even more attractive.
Sony has announced a monstrous new TV with a pixel count four times that of existing HDTVs.
Resale site Gazelle says it has seen a 50 percent spike in sales of Samsung phones from its customers.
Samsung's desktops feature touchscreens and run on Intel processors. They start at $749 and will go on sale Oct. 26.
Although Apple is not confirming anything, its competitors have scheduled events intended to steal some of the spotlight and drain the anticipation of the next-generation iPhone.
The new screens will reportedly use in-cell technology, which places touch sensors inside the color filters of the screen instead of on top of them.