TypeTime's iType smartwatch claims to solve the issue of typing on a watch as well as providing the full services of a smartphone so you don't need a handset to work with it.
Stir's new desk features a curved design with the same ability to change the desk height to keep you active.
Microsoft was just awarded a "virtual skywriting" patent that is sure to cause some controversy, given the company's outspoken stance of its research and to protect its work via patents and a rigid licensing policy.
This gadget plugs directly into an electrical outlet and extends the local network's Wi-Fi broadcast.
It is obvious that GM is extremely proud of its CUE entertainment system interface. If you have some time to play with the system in the brag edition of the spanking new Cadillac XTS sedan, you immediately understand why.
Kia and Microsoft come together to bring you UVO, a Windows Embedded Automotive-based infotainment system. We spent a week with Kia's 2012 Soul, armed with UVO, and have a full run-down of what we did and didn't like about the mainstream tech package.
Britain is finally getting a taste of Google TV as Sony reveals plans to launch new set-top box in multiple countries.
Automotive infotainment systems are becoming smarter, and more powerful, featuring some of the same hardware as popular smartphones and tablets. It's time to apply our own unique analysis to technology finding its way into the automotive segment.
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have found a way to exploit the harmless kind of organisms that usually make you sick to charge your gadgets.
ENERMAX is thrilled to invite you to see our latest performance products at COMPUTEX 2012 in Taipei, Taiwan, from 5th to 9th, June 2012.