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The company's large, touch displays are expected to boost Microsoft's collaboration products like Lync.
Each audience member waved a ten-inch paddle outfitted with nine full-color LCD squares to work together to broadcast images.
Developers are now required to provide Retina-ready 1024-by-1024 icons when submitting an app to Apple's Mac App Store.
The people who produce rock concerts are always looking for new ways to thrill and surprise us, and they're increasingly turning to technology to do it. Here's how some of the major components of the "big show" work.
You can give your productivity a serious boost by connecting a second monitor. But will any old LCD do? Here are some features worth considering.
Are your retinas ready? One avid Apple user reveals how to run the new MacBook Pro at its highest resolution of 2880-by-1800 resolution without any scaling.
Third-party programs must fill the gap in Windows 8's lackluster multi-monitor support; here's one viable option.
Hundreds are working on the coming glass revolution, four companies and one university have announced serious breakthroughs, shattering old ideas about what's possible with glass.
Intel reveals that its Ivy Bridge CPU is built for Retina display computers, hinting that Apple's redesigned range of MacBook Pros will support the higher resolution used on the newest iPad.
New software from Autodesk lets you use regular pictures to create 3D models.
Philips ErgoSensor Monitor will tell you when you are slouching and scolds you to sit up straight.
Windows 8 specs include displays that are even sharper than Apple's fabled Retina display, which Apple claims is as clear as the human eye is capable of seeing.