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With its swiveling camera mount and high tech specs, the Oppo N1 is easily today's most innovative smartphone that most people haven't heard of.
Now comes the hard part for Microsoft's new CEO -- getting the board of directors, Bill Gates, and more than 100,000 employees to trust his reimagining of the company.
The demure Charger Dr. may be small, but the tiny gadget is built to push all the power your laptop can muster to phones and tablets.
The new Roomba 880 ditches the traditional vacuum cleaner brush. Why? iRobot is on a mission to cut down on two customer pain points: maintenance and cleaning frequency.
The 2012 Tesla Model S sets a new standard for cars of the 21st century by integrating cabin tech equal to anything from the consumer electronics industry and incorporating a long-range, powerful, and efficient electric drivetrain.
Fox Business' Charlie Gasparino reports from "solid sources" that Tim Cook's job isn't in jeopardy, but the "pressure is on to innovate and do something fast."
The State Department sought submissions from the public on how to use modern technology to help solve some of the world's most pressing arms control and international security problems.
An important challenge for the future of enterprise cloud computing is balancing speed and agility with security, audit, and data controls -- all themes this week at an industry confab, Forecast 2012.
Smartphone advancements are on the edge of transforming in some crazy ways, but it isn't like you think.
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, says he has never been more bullish about the company's ability to innovate.