It's no secret that Apple's sleek iPhone is the most popular single smartphone on the market.
There are plenty of small form factor computers on the market today, but if you can't mount the typical SFF computer on the back of your monitor, you still need space on your desk or in your entertainment center to place it.
Another day, and yes, there is yet another report-rumor about Apple's next-gen iPhone 5.
If you like the design and style of the MacBook Air, but just can't bring yourself to part with a thousand hard-earned dollars, you might want to check out this look-alike which recently tipped up at Computex.
The various rumors, reports and speculation about Apple's next-gen iPhone seem like a never-ending story.
I still prefer to work with a traditional PC, even though I do own an Apple iPad.
Of all the new gear being shown off at Computex 2012 in Taiwan today, I think the sweetest device we've seen so far is the Asus Transformer AiO.
Acer is showcasing two upcoming Windows 8 tablets at Computex 2012 in Taiwan: the Iconia W510 and W700.
Computex 2012 kicks off today in Taiwan, and MSI is showcasing a number of new tablets and notebooks, including the 11.6-inch Slider S20 Ultrabook.
The mobile device world is evolving rapidly, with displays offering higher resolutions, improved colors and optimized contrast.
A prominent industry analyst believes Cupertino is planning to launch an Apple-branded LCD TV set during the first half of 2013.
Have you ever wanted to see what it looks like from deep underwater?
Geeks love wearable electronic devices, and this cyberpunk-inspired electronic bracer is a perfect example.
A database of tablet performance is giving us insight into the oft-rumored Google tablet.
Logitech has certainly jumped onto the solar-powered keyboard bandwagon with both feet.
It wasn't good enough for Apple, but a version of the iPad that never saw the light of day was deemed valuable enough for a $10,200 bid.
Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 OS will be targeted at mobile devices as well as traditional PCs. As such, a number of industry heavyweights are prepping a wide variety of tablets in various form factors, including Dell.
Going boldly in the opposite direction of many Android tablets these days, Toshiba's AT300 seems to have a target set on the iPad.
The first official Google-branded tablet might be released in as little as a couple months.
The man in charge of Apple's industrial design says that what he's working on now has been the most significant project he's ever done.