Soon, you'll be able to by an ultra-thin laptop for less than the price of a high-end iPad 2.
Ferroelectric materials, already common in RFID chips, are wedded to silicon for the first time.
The next frontier for GPS? Footwear for those suffering from Alzheimer's.
Toyota's robots could help rehabilitate or transport the injured or ill.
The prospect of the photographic company's possible demise is so melancholy that even a debt-rating firm is waxing poetic.
How does Barnes & Noble's offering measure up to its competitors, the Kindle Fire and Apple iPad?
Two significant glitches in the iPhone 4S are troubling users.
It seems abundantly clear that Apple, which recently snapped up its third mapping company, is planning a rival to Google Maps for its iOS devices.
Google TV is revamping its software, but doesn't plan to put out new hardware until next year.
Do we really need a new kind of mobile device interface? Nokia seems to think so.