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Lenovo this week announced a 14-inch mobile monitor that works by plugging it into a laptop's USB port.
Storage, video editing, and other peripherals that can make good use of Intel's new ultra-fast Thunderbolt data-transfer connection, now start to emerge--initially for use with Apple products.
Sprint is trying to replicate the hit it scored last summer with the HTC EVO 4G smartphone by expanding the brand to both a tablet and a new "3D" smartphone.
A new "geosocial" app called Sonar is getting attention at the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art in New York.
A group that seeks to draw attention to corporations that shelter profits overseas to cut their U.S. income tax burden is organizing protests for June 4 at Apple stores.
Apple is using its iPad tablet devices to display product information and pricing for its Mac computers, iPods, iPhones, and even other iPads at retail stores.
When will impressive electrowetting displays appear on tablets or Kindles?
E-waste is a serious problem for IT, but energy is getting all the attention. It's time to turn that around.
Using a 3D projector, Microsoft Kinect sensors, and a spherical display, a project at the Computer-Human Interaction Conference in Vancouver presents a 360 degree view of an object.
Could Samsung's high-resolution tablet be destined for use in the next version of the iPad?
Samsung researches develop a folding AMOLED screen that does not crease after 100,000 folds.