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Google TV Hardware Makeover Would Nicely Complement Software Upgrade

The Internet search leader plans to announce new devices from multiple hardware partners in the coming months, and here's a good start: Ditch the keyboards that come with today's Google TV devices.


PlayBook Software Update to Finally Add Native E-Mail

RIM shipped just 200,000 PlayBooks in the second quarter, down from 500,000 last quarter, when it started selling the tablets.


Epson’s MegaPlex Projectors Blast Big Movies From Small Devices

Lights, iPad, Action! Epson’s new line of portable projectors make it easy to project huge videos or still images from an iPad, iPhone or iPod onto a big screen with rich stereo sound.


9/11 Anniversary Spurs Hacker Mischief

Most of the nation will be solemnly commemorating the 10th anniversary of the attacks, but hackers aren’t giving authorities a rest.

Monitor Sales Keep Plummeting as Mobile Takes Over

The rise of laptops and tablets has put a dent in the sales of standalone monitors.

Multiplayer Gaming Goes Fullscreen with LG's 3D Dual Play Glasses

Normally in multiplayer games the screen is split, but with LG's Dual Play glasses and a 3DTV, each gamer can view a full screen.


Window Shopping Goes High Tech With Gesture Recognition

The Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute showed a prototype that lets shoppers learn more about what's in a store display window when the store is closed.

Sony's Head-Mounted Personal 3D Viewer

Sony is offering a head-mounted display as an alternative for consumers who don't want to buy a 3D TV.


Steve Jobs Resigns: Special Coverage

Steve Jobs, the tech visionary who co-founded Apple, has stepped down as the company's CEO. Now what?


HP Or No HP: The PC Lives

Clearly, the PC is dead, right? Well, no. Flexibility, innovation and users’ storage needs will keep it around a good long while.


See the First 3D Live-Stream from Space

A camera on the ISS live-streams the first 3D footage from space.


Lenovo's New Portable Monitor Powered by USB

Lenovo this week announced a 14-inch mobile monitor that works by plugging it into a laptop's USB port.