A full year after making its debut at CES 2013, Panasonic's jaw-dropping 20-inch, 4K-resolution Windows tablet will finally land on US store shelves in January. Panasonic has yet to release a specific debut date, but don't get too excited - you probably can't afford one anyway. With a $US6000 price tag, the Toughpad 4K UT-MB5 slate is squarely targeted at the professional market.
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If you need to keep a secret, don't share it with anyone at Google. Thanks to a large number of leaks, (including several from Google itself) we already know most of the basic details about the as-yet-unannounced Nexus 5 smartphone: specs, colors, operating system, and even pricing. The only question mark still lingering is when the thing will be actually be available.
Homemade guns have become one of the leading bogeymen of 3D printing. Critics fear that once 3D printing goes mainstream, there will be little to stop criminals from creating their own firearms at home before going out on the town for a night's mayhem.
When you're not taking snorkeling pics or reading Proust in the bathtub with your water-resistant slate, do you slop spaghetti sauce and raw beef juices all over it? If so, you're in luck! Sony has introduced the foodie-friendly Xperia Tablet Z: Kitchen Edition.
Apple set off a torrent of speculation on Tuesday after announcing theiPhone 5s would come packed with a desktop-like 64-bit processor.
There may soon come a time when nearly uncrackable secret information can be beamed straight to your smartphone. No, we're not talking about handsets loaded with GPG keys or two-factor authentication apps, but the waaaaaay far out ideas behind quantum cryptography, the incredibly secure communication technology capable of locking down messages far more tightly than Lavabit ever could.
With companies like MakerBot creating digitizers aimed at making 3D printing easier, Microsoft is betting that we'll all be printing offYoda figurines and retirement gifts from our desktops soon.
Something ominous occurred earlier this week: Amid all the talk about the Windows 8.1 release date, Lenovo quietly announced that it shipped more mobile devices than desktops and laptops in the second quarter.
Whether you call it a death, decline, or decimation, the PC and all its variants are quickly succumbing to the rising popularity of tablets.
Taking a look at IDC's smartphone numbers, one thing is clear--success currently comes to those making iPhones and Android devices. IDC's top five smartphone vendors included either Apple or smartphone makers focused on Android.
Google continues its invasion of the desktop with a new feature that lets you use the search giant's Cloud Print service from any Windows application capable of, well, printing.
We've seen the HTC One and the HTC One with a Nexus experience, and now it's time for a stripped down version of HTC's flagship phone with the HTC One Mini.
The newer, prettier version of Google Maps for the desktop is now available for anyone to try out without an invite, Google recently announced via Twitter.
Amazon is helping to push 3D printing into the mainstream with a new section on its site dedicated to the miniature manufacturing plants. The online shopping giant joins Staples, which in early May became the first major U.S. retailer to sell a 3D printer.
Dell added three new consumer-grade devices to its Windows 8 lineup Tuesday, including the XPS 10 Windows RT tablet, the Latitude 10 Windows 8 tablet, and the Inspiron 15z Ultrabook, and two business PCs.