3D printer manufacturer MakerBot is making its biggest effort yet to target the consumer market with the release of a new low-cost model and the opening of a New York store.
The US consumer electronics (CE) market has been hit disproportionately hard by the Great Recession, with households projected to spend 17% less on CE in 2010 than the previous year.
In an effort to play catch-up with the Apple iPad, Amazon has reportedly acquired Touchco, a New York start-up specializing in touch-screen technology.
According to the New York Times, the touch-screen technology developed by Touchco is substantially cheaper than the capacitative touch screens used for the iPad, at around $10 per square foot.
The launch of Apple's long-awaited iPad is expected to jumpstart the nascent tablet market - with shipments of such devices reaching an annual total of 57 million by 2015.
Sony Ericsson has released the first smartphone based on Windows Mobile 6.5.3.
Apple has apparently been forced to temporarily halt production of its 27-inch iMac model.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has allegedly blamed Adobe Flash for the majority of OS X crashes.
It seems the iPad adverts are telling iPorkies, pretending the much hyped device can actually handle Adobe Flash, even though it can’t.
What's the most important news story in the world today? The Haiti earthquake, the possibility of peace talks with the Taliban or Tony Blair facing questioning in the inquiry into the invasion of Iraq? Don't be silly. It's a new consumer gadget from Apple.
Apple’s long anticipated iPad has been a long time in coming, and as reviewers from the Technorati weigh in on whether or not to buy one, the porn industry is also sizing up the device’s pros and cons.
What is fascinating about a Steve Jobs event is that it almost doesn’t seem to matter what he presents - the folks at the event walk out like they have turned into Apple buying zombies.
After years of speculation, the Great Steve Jobs has finally revealed the Apple tablet. But let's be honest - the idea of the iPad isn't new and Apple does not nearly deserve the innovation credit given by the media.
MSI is reportedly preparing to launch a $500, Tegra-based tablet during the second half of 2010.
Cypress Semiconductor has demonstrated a tablet-sized capacitive touchscreen with unlimited finger tracking capability.
Apple may well have a fight on its hands from Fujitsu, which has just remembered eight years later it still has a product called the iPad.
Here at TG Daily we like comparing Apples and Oranges, or at least Apple and Microsoft, and with all the buzz about the iPad, it seems Microsoft has been trying to generate a bit of its own buzziness with rumors of a Zune phone.
Saint Steven Jobs has finally come down from the mountain top bearing Apple's "magical and revolutionary" tablet device.
Saint Steven Jobs has finally unveiled Apple's hallowed iPad tablet device.
Engadget has managed to obtain at least two images of what appears to be a prototype Apple tablet, or what may be a tablet "bolted down" to a table.
Hewlett Packard has crashed Apple’s noisy tablet party by offering a detailed glimpse of its own shiny Slate device on YouTube.