On Wednesday, Blackberry launched Passport, its
newest smartphone, which has a distinctively square 4.5-inch screen.
The newest version of Amazon’s Fire tablets and Kindle e-readers, which
launch next month, will come with the requisite incremental innovations.
Dell Inc. this week unveiled what some are calling the thinnest tablet on the market.
Apple CEO Tim Cook showed off two new iPhones Tuesday morning that is also expected to include the debut of Apple’s
Almost nothing can scratch it, yet it responds keenly to human touch. Sapphire oozes the luxury feel that Apple craves.
The Galaxy Note Edge is a flagship phone with an entirely new kind of curved display
From Apple to Google, 14 tech companies ranked from most diverse to least.
For a colorful little music streamer with 17 sides and a
bust-out Kickstarter funding campaign, the Rocki Play isn’t that
Samsung has shed its traditional plastic shell for a metal frame on the Galaxy Alpha, its latest smartphone announced Wednesday.
Too many things to do and not enough time to do them? New apps are designed to act as personal time assistants to get tasks done and improve productivity.