Displair uses air flow and two microns of water drops to create an interactive display.
There's a reason CES 2013 featured a lot of companies -- and more than a few device makers -- showing off ways that phones and tablets can withstand more punishment. It's how those devices will differentiate themselves from the competition.
Available for iOS and now in beta testing for Android, Fleksy's goal is to allow you to type without ever looking at your smartphone device's screen.
Mauz is a tiny accessory that plugs into your smartphone, turning it into a controller for everything from laptops to set-top boxes. A working prototype was on display at CES 2013; it's on track for a June release.
At CES 2013, G-Form wanted to show off how its cases can protect your mobile gear, and it was willing to drop a bowling ball to make its point.
The UK case maker had an eye-catching demo about how its cases protect your mobile devices.
You don't need to own an arcade to have your very own pinball machine. Manufacturer Stern Pinball makes home-sized models with a smaller footprint and price tag than their commercial counterparts, but with the same-sized playing area.
CES 2013 opened its doors Tuesday, and we highlight some of the more interesting things we saw on the show floor.
Currently in beta, Focus@Will's music service looks to improve your concentration and focus as you read, study, and work.
We look at seven standouts from Sunday night's Startup Debut event at International CES, all of whom offer a mobile focus.
From Windows 8 to how-tos, these 20 articles were our most-read during the past year.
Google says that Gmail users in the U.S. and Canada will still be able to place voice calls through the web-based email service for free through 2013.