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These new apps aim to make typing on our phones and tablets easier, faster, and more comfortable.
Thalmic Labs has announced MYO, an armband that senses electrical impulses in your muscles to let you control your PC or Mac with the flick of a wrist.
This classy-looking e-paper keyboard is like touching lots of mini displays, only much more productive.
Blue Microphones has a new mic, and this one's built for entry-level podcasters without a lot of audio skill.
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.
Tobii Technology will soon start shipping a device that allows users to control a PC using their eyes. Developers will be able to buy the REX next week, and Tobii will make it more widely available in the second half of the year, the company said Wednesday
A half-century old and still going strong, the mouse has seen its ups and downs. Here's its history, from inauspicious beginnings to the essential peripheral we use today.
Here's how ergonomics, electronics and economics have contributed to the look and feel of the computer keyboard over the years. What will our fingertips type on next?
Motorola Solutions has unveiled a head-mounted, voice-controlled computer that's targeted at the military and other industries where workers need hands-free access to information.
Logitech has introduced the Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810, which lets you connect to as many as three devices simultaneously. It also glows as your hands approach the keys, but apparently runs only with Windows 8.
With an expected iMac refresh imminent, Hewlett-Packard goes preemptive and unwraps a Windows 8 competitor.
Instead of a touchscreen, users will navigate the user interface of Microsoft's operating system with a wireless trackpad.
Sony will close its once-proud optical PC drive subsidiary by early next year, as part of its efforts to refocus on the connected world of smartphones, tablets...
Microsoft’s next-generation digital pen, or “ePen” patent includes not just touch sensors but also a gyroscope, compass, accelerometers, and other sensors.