The YotaPhone from Yota is the first smartphone to sport an LCD touchscreen on one side and an e-ink screen on the other.
San Jose company Atmel has developed a flexible touchscreen that takes up the entire front of a phone and more.
The budget-priced 521 looks and feels like its Lumia 820 and 920 older brothers, but with some scaled down specs.
Proxi says its new wireless-charging technology can solve current charging problems.
Don't let all those LPs, cassettes, video tapes, books, magazines and photos degrade and die. Bringing it all into the digital age may be easier than you think.
After unlocking your phone became a crime on Saturday, a petition at the White House website is gaining steam to reverse the decision.
Phones bought after January 25 can no longer lawfully be decoupled from a carrier by the owner of the device. How did this decision come to rest with a single non-elected, non-technical, elderly librarian in Washington?
The social-networking giant gives users Graph Search, a new way of searching through the massive amounts of content on the site.
In this first-of-its-kind report, we score America's cities on everything from free Wi-Fi to city-government apps to the number of tweets residents produce each day, to identify the cities that are most (and least) friendly to the digital lifestyle.
Ever wonder where the online services of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Twitter keep all your data?
Windows 8 is supposed to be Microsoft's majestic OS reset, but intelligent voice control is conspicuously absent.
With the arrival of Windows 8, legions of desktop PC users will encounter dirtier displays than they've ever seen before. Are users ready for touchscreen desktops?
The GPS system relies heavily on cellular and Wi-Fi networks to tell where it is. But how does it work?
Here are the best pieces of computing advice we've ever heard. Useful information never goes out of style.
Articles by Mark Sullivan