We can probably credit Nintendo for kicking off the most recent push to advance motion control gaming. Indeed, the Nintendo Wii was the first gaming console to bring motion control to the mainstream public.
LG plans to remind the world that Google TV still actually exists.
There was a time when BlackBerry maker RIM dominated the rather lucrative enterprise and government spaces.
It wasn't long ago that Logitech unveiled its Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for Apple's new iPad.
If you're a fan of Android gaming and have been in the market for a new tablet, you may want to check out the Android 4.0 WikiPad.
Microsoft has landed a new patent for a video game controller based on wearable electromyography (EMG) technology.
Sony has rolled out its new Vaio T11 (11.6-inch screen) and T13 (13.3-inch display) Ultrabooks.
Barnes & Noble is set to incorporate Near Field Communication (NFC) technology into its Nook line.
It's possible that as many as half of the Android tablets that people are using today are Kindle Fires.
There are a number of keyboards on the market today that facilitate quick and easier typing for users of Apple's wildly popular iPad.
Personally, I think wiring cities for widespread Internet access is a very good idea indeed.
Samsung makes some of the most popular Android smartphones and tablets currently on the market.
Have you been holding out for a new mid-range Android tablet with long battery life and sweet specs?
The iPad is certainly a very capable tablet and with the right apps, you may not need to carry around a heavier notebook.
Step aside, Kindle Fire. There's a new affordable Android tablet that's come to play.
IKEA is typically thought of as reasonably priced furniture outlet where one can buy a variety of household items including desks, bookcases, tables and chairs.
Asus has comfirmed that the official ship date for its new quad core Transformer Pad 300 tablet is April 22. The Android-based tablet - which is being positioned as a laptop replacement - will support 4G LTE connectivity.
In an effort to break into the impulse-buy market, the iPad is about to get a little brother.
Google is reportedly preparing to the enter the tablet market with its indigenously designed Nexus, as CEO Larry Page confirms he remains "quite focused" on reaching the lower end of the tablet space.
After the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet became the new e-readers du jour, B&N wants to go back to a device based on user-friendly reading.