The new-and-improved Kinect that's shipping with the Xbox One later this year will find its way to Windows in 2014. But don't expect it to replace your mouse and webcam.
Ruh-roh, 'Raggy! HTC First's British carrier slams the brakes on launch plan at Facebook's suggestion. Facebook Home, it seems, doesn't feel too homey.
Microsoft's new Kinect goes up against companies like Leap Motion and Thalmic Labs to bring motion control to PCs.
With a newly awarded ‘pull-to-refresh’ patent in hand, Twitter could earn itself a wealth of licensing fees for the highly popular touch gesture. But rather than let the lawsuits fly, Twitter has promised to only use the patent for legal defensive purposes.
A new demo video from Leap Motion shows how waving your finger in your air like you just don't care is totally possible with Windows 8.
Samsung will preview a 13.3-inch LCD notebook panel with a whopping 3200-by-1800 resolution screen that beats Apple's Retina display.
Amazon's surprise purchase of Liquavista has prompted theories that a Kindle with a colored screen is inbound. And it might be—just not any time soon.
With Zact, you sign up for as much talk, text, and data as you're comfortable paying for, and anything you don't use gets credited back to your account at the end of the month.
Sony's 1.5GHz quad-core Xperia ZR can soak in up to 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes, shooting pictures with its 13-megapixel rear camera.
The FCC wants to sell more spectrum to in-flight Wi-Fi services, to make flying the friendly skies slightly less awful.
ESPN's reported offer to subsidize mobile data costs for their videos sounds awesome on the surface, but it has troubling net neutrality implications.
Citing various PC industry executives in Asia, the Wall Street Journal reports that Microsoft is being more receptive to their concerns, and could lower its licensing costs to compete with cheap tablets.