New details emerged today of the super-secure, self-destructing phone that Boeing is developing for spies, the military and perhaps private companies.More
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If you’re considering a new phone, you suddenly have a lot more choices.More
Pity the geeks — they are prowling gadget blogs and wandering aimlessly through the aisles at Best Buy, unable to find the next big thing.More
LAS VEGAS — If the PC business is dwindling, someone forgot to tell the exhibitors at the Consumer Electronics Show. They’re showing dozens of new models that will be released throughout 2014, including 4K laptops, new convertibles and giant all-in-one desktops.More
LAS VEGAS — Intel Chief Executive Brian Krzanich opened the Consumer Electronics Show with a preview of new products the company is releasing this year, including new wearable computing devices and a computer the size of an SD memory card.
RealNetworks has radically redesigned its venerable media player software in a bid to make it relevant and appealing in today’s era of connected mobile devices.
It took more than a decade, but Microsoft has finally consolidated its various digital music ventures under one roof, with a standard jukebox and streaming music service for the phone, PC and Xbox platforms.
It’s not the Consumer Electronics Show just yet, but the annual OSCON open-source conference in Portland is getting some sizzle from a shiny new gadget this year.
Whether the S4 can maintain or accelerate Samsung’s growth remains to be seen. Earlier glimpses of the phone through various leaks showed a curved design similar to the S3, with gee-whiz features such as the tracking of users’ eyes to do things like pause video playback when users turn away.
Samsung is launching the phone at a much-hyped event in New York, which is webcast here.
Samsung mobile communications president, JK Shin, started by listing the S4′s highlight features.
LAS VEGAS — Panasonic used the stage at the Consumer Electronics Show to present its plans to expand beyond electronic products into software and services, including business-to-business services. But it’s still putting lots of effort into consumer gadgets, especially TVs. President Kazuhiro Tsuga began his keynote today — the opening day of CES — explaining that it…More