Even though Google TV wasn't exactly a resounding success, Motorola wants to get into the same market.
Motion control technology has become quite popular over the past few years, with the Nintendo Wii widely credited as the console responsible for bringing the platform to the masses.
Apple rumors never die, they just multiply. The latest?
LG has been in the Smart TV business for a while now and the company is set to launch its latest generation of Google TV sets later this month.
After Samsung unveiled its new OLED TV, Sony and Panasonic are apparently stepping up their respective games.
Apple rumors never die, and speculation about a potential Apple HDTV have been making the rounds for well over a year.
Asus's Eee Pad Slider is joining the rare but growing group of tablets slated for an Android 4.0 upgrade.
Samsung plans to continue its TV innovation by becoming the first to offer a "big-screen" TV with OLED technology.
The next generation iPhone and iPad will apparently be ready for consumers at the tail end of summer.
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.
A prominent industry analyst believes the public will have to wait a little while longer for Apple's rumored connected television set.
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.