The company is showing off a prototype laptop shell, called Acer Extend, that's powered entirely by a connected smartphone.
The tech world's gone gaga for the smartwatch concept, but the real world won't bite until the tech does more than push notifications to your wrist.
The Fetch will help you find a phone you left behind; the Mini+ will let you talk with your phone without holding it to your ear. But the gadgets don't work with all HTC phones.
No matter whether the cost reductions come as compensation for lackluster sales or to clear the way for a new generation of tablets, Microsoft's Surface slates just received a permanent price reduction.
The $80 Android-based game console is on sale through several online retailers, including Amazon and GameStop.
Skype's working on 3D video technology, but today's smartphones and webcams just aren't equipped to make the dream a reality.
The new handheld system is $40 cheaper than the Nintendo 3DS, and it plays all the same games, albeit without a 3D screen.
But while you can create your own customized, off-contract Moto X phone, it's still tied to AT&T.
Long passwords alone just won't cut it in now that the latest Hashcat update can crack 55 character passwords in relatively short order.
Microsoft announce an end to its Microsoft Points virtual currency last month; it's started making the switch to local currency as part of an Xbox Live update.
In the case of Motorola's unique Moto X, it's what's outside that counts.
The new Chrome OS cuts through a lot of the clutter.
We've already seen 3D printers, so why not 3D scanners as well? MakerBot's new $1400 Digitizer lets you scan 3D objects, converting them into digital models you can manipulate and then print on your 3D printer.