With the Touch Pen for Windows 8, Targus has found a way to welcome old laptops to the touchscreen party.
Apparently Vizio didn’t get the memo that Android tablets aren’t worth making anymore. It’s planning to release two of them — one with a 10.1-inch display, the other with a 7-inch display.
I’ve covered every square inch of the gigantic Consumer Electronics Show — year after year after year — and I’ve seen a lot of weird stuff. This is the weirdest thing I’ve seen yet.
Nvidia just fired a shot across everyone’s bow with something completely unexpected: an Nvidia-brand handheld game device with a dedicated 5-inch display that’ll also stream games wirelessly to your HD television.
There’s no question that the PC industry has taken a back seat to the tablet phenomenon.
If you ever wished your fat fingers would stop getting in the way of your iPhone’s touch screen, a company called Canopy thinks it has an answer.
Lenovo’s 11.6-inch Yoga 11S runs the full version of Windows 8 and has a touchscreen that folds completely around into a tablet.
I’m not sure whether the term will stick, but “rip and flip” is basically the near future of portable computing.
I took the liberty of snapping a pre-flight photo of all the gear I’ll be carrying around with me while the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show is going on. Here’s what’s what.
Now that 2012 is over, the “Wall Street Journal” is pondering whether the e-reader era is coming to an end. Is it time to write e-readers’ obituary?
We’ve reissued our famous 1982 issue in tablet form — and it’s a fascinating read.
Meet Iamus, a computer at the University of Malaga in Spain capable of composing contemporary classical music without human aid.