Microsoft hopes the latest version of its Windows tablet-notebook hybrid will catch-on in 25 new countries.
Limited-use Windows computers are now taking the place of Polaroids for coaches and players during games.
Hewlett Packard joins the ever-widening field of tech companies producing wearable computer devices.
The world's top smartphone manufacturer warns things will get worse before they get better.
Latest research shows global smartphone sales grew in the second quarter but not for industry leader Samsung.
A new sew survey shows users, worldwide, are opting for handheld devices with screens 4-inches and larger.
Deal marks first major gaming console to gain government's approval following 14 year ban.
The pairing could provide the expertise for creating future products combining VR devices and smartphones.
Slowing iPad sales as well as an end to Windows RT could signal the end of a very short tablet era.
Apple is reportedly readying at least one, and possibly two new larger iPhones for release this fall.