Amazon's taken a number of steps to bring different types of content to the Kindle Store, and it's now venturing into an area that has a long history with the internet: fan fiction.
3M and Nanosys have just announced that they'll start shipping qualification samples of their Quantum Dot Enhancement Film (QDEF) to manufacturers to bring a 50 percent wider color gamut and lower power consumption to LCD displays.
Bluetooth keyboards for the iPad are nice and all, but aren't you going to need to be within a wire's-length to see the thing anyway? To that end, Logitech has announced a full-sized wired iPad keyboard targeted to classrooms with an emphasis on durability and maintenance.
Vizio trotted out a new line of soundbars back at CES, and true to its word, they're starting to materialize out in the real world.
You can take Amazon out of the jungle, but it'll just create one elsewhere -- at least that's what the company is planning for its inner-city Seattle office complex.
We first saw a prototype of Scout, the tricorder and companion app built by Scanadu for the Tricorder X-prize competition late last year.
After revealing it at I/O 2013 only days ago, Google's new conversational voice search function is up and running on Chrome version 27.
Vodafone CEO Vittorio Coalo has conceded that the company is pushing back its 4G rollout to September.
If you're looking for pure storage for the dollar, SSDs have nothing on good old hard disks, and WD subsidiary HGST has packed more gigabytes into a smaller space then ever before with the new Travelstar 5K1500.
You know what'll go perfectly with that waterproof Bluetooth speaker ball that a Billy Corgan doppelganger recommended a few years back? That odd tube you're undoubtedly fixated on above.