Researchers at MIT have developed a interactive display that can shape-shift to render 3D representations and even interact with its environment.
The rumor about BlackBerry Z30’s US release timeline from back September may have been off by a month or so, but the biggest and baddest BB device ever has at long last landed on Verizon earlier today.
The Tizen Association is broadening its reach by launching a new partner program with 36 other organizations.
Microsoft’s Surface line is in a sea of troubles as it is, so the ever growing competition inside the tablet/ultrabook hybrid niche can only cause it deeper headaches. The latest Surface rival to go official comes from Acer and is dubbed Travelmate X313.
Defying every price barrier known to mobile enthusiasts and pushing common sense to the limits, Gionee has announced the GPad G3 quad-core phablet in India, pricing it at an unbelievable $157 (Rs. 9,999).
Sony exec Shuhei Yoshida speaks out in an interview to reveal that the company is indeed working on bringing DLNA media streaming and mp3 playback to the PS4.
Small but still appreciable, Sony’s PlayStation 4 has now get yet another technical advantage over the Xbox One ahead of both’s imminent launch.
Solid Concepts has used laser sintering to create the world’s first functional metal handgun using 3D printing.
Apple has finally released the fix for the keyboard and trackpad issues that were plaguing the late 2013 Retina MacBook Pro models, which were released last month.
Just as the tech world was on the verge of completely forgetting about Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, formally introduced back in September, the amazingly cheap tablet has started shipping.
Call of Duty and World of Warcraft add to Activision’s bottom line and the company has said that work is underway on next-gen titles.
Sony announced that the PlayStation 3 console has crossed 80 million sales in seven years, and has mentioned that interest in the console is still high, with over 300 titles due to launch on it this holiday season.
Two weeks after after releasing iTunes 11.1.2, Apple today rolled out an updated version of its iTunes software that comes with a couple of new improvements.
Acer is the latest organization that is feeling the effects of a bad quarter, and has mentioned that current CEO J.T. Wang will be retiring.
After getting the teardown treatment a few days ago, Apple’s hottest, slimmest, coolest and possibly most popular large iPad ever, the one dubbed Air, has been evaluated by research firm IHS at its true value.
US defense contractor Lockheed Martin has announced it has begun work on developing an unmanned, hypersonic spy plane capable of striking targets at 3,600 mph.
Motorola’s next handset will be announced on November 13, according to a tweet from the company.
Sony has announced that PlayStation 3 users can now add funds to their Sony Entertainment Network wallet using PayPal.
Microsoft's Phil Spencer talks about why he thinks the Gears of War franchise "ran its course on the Xbox 360", and what changes need to be made to bring the series to the next generation of console gaming.
After months of leaks and rumors, the Nexus 5 is finally official. The device will be available starting today, and costs $349 for the 16 GB version.