If you are tired of big and bulky projectors, Microvision will debut a handheld, battery-operated projector at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show.
Apple is trying desperately to get into the lucrative Asian markets and is seeing mixed success. Japan’s largest carrier - with an estimated 50 million cellular customers - NTT DoCoMo has confirmed that it is in talks with Apple to bring the iPhone to Japan’s gadget-crazed population.
Despite the fact that the iPod Touch looks just like an iPhone at first sight, iSuppli found that the PMP integrates unique components that make it a more modern device than the fancy iPhone.
Review and video - This flash-based subnotebook is tiny and is smaller than your average mousepad and weighs less than two pounds. It boots up and shutdowns very fast and is pre-loaded with almost all the applications I need, after if there’s something missing I can simply load it onto a SD or SDHC card and slip it into the computer.
Sunnyvale (CA) – Dash Navigation today said that its GPRS-equipped navigation device is now available for pre-order and is scheduled for a “mid-to-late February” delivery.
Hong Kong-based wrist watch maker Art Technology announced a new line of “luxury” watches using E Ink’s electronic paper technology. Offered from about $250, the new “Phosphor” product line integrates E Ink’s Vizplex electronic paper display, which is “made up of pure black and pure white particles”, as watch dials.
Chicago (IL) - Asus has received FCC approval for an updated version of its R2H UMPC.
Owners of Apple's iPhone should be prepared to face a "serious attack" that will strike the device in 2008, according to predictions released today by Arbor Networks.
15 years ago the first recorded cell phone text message was sent, to an employee at Euro mobile service provider Vodafone with the message "Happy Christmas".
The latest iPhone lawsuit involves Klausney Technologies, a largely unknown tech firm that claims it owns a patent used in the device's visual voicemail.
Nokia today announced the introduction of "Comes with Music," a new service that allows users to download an unlimited amount of music for free for 12 months.
OQO today added a new model to it product lineup, now offering HSDPA mobile broadband in addition to the already available EV-DO option. But don’t get too excited just yet: The new “world broadband” device will not be sold in the U.S.