Apple's first new product in 2014 could be the Apple TV. We'll bring you the latest iPhone 6 news and rumors. And we pay tribute to Flappy Bird.
Apple is testing an iPhone 6 with a bezel-free design, the latest in a long line of rumors about an iPhone that puts more features behind the glass.
Over 77 percent of the device's face will be covered with display because of the thin bezel, according to the report.
The technology would bring sensors to the device's bezel, effectively adding more gestures and touch inputs to areas not typically in-use on current-generation slates.
The company's patent will hide portions of a device's display until it's actually needed.
That's the claim made by Vietnamese site Tinhte, which has produced a video showing what are claimed to be cases for the next iPad.
DigiTimes is still in the 7-inch iPad reporting business, today citing sources in the upstream supply chain. The rumored device is seen as a Kindle Fire competitor.
CNET compares the 2012 lineups of major TV makers based on their CES announcements. First up: LG.
The Samsung UNES7100 series of LED-based LCD TVs from Samsung is only the company's third-best announced for 2012, but it has the features equivalent to the 2011 flagship's.
The LG LM8600 may feature a "barely there" bezel surrounding its Cinema Screen Design, but its upgraded Motion Remote and 3D gaming features are also worth a look.