Trying to coax consumers toward a world beyond smartphones, camera makers at the CP+ trade show reveal plans for dramatically better premium products.
While it's no Photokina, Japan's annual camera show CP+ still sees its share of new cameras and related announcements. Here's what's been annouced from mid-January through CP+ this year.
The Windows-Intel tablet camp still can't deliver 4G widely in a tablet. Let's hope that changes later this year.
The new entry point for the MacBook Air is $899 -- from Apple at least. Retailers like Best Buy are selling the prior model for $799.
At this year's show, we learned that wearables aren't just for fitness and phones, action cams are plentiful, and camera lineups are thinning out, and that's probably for the better.
You can spend anywhere from $299 to $929 to buy an iPad this year, but things get very muddled with a mix of old and new.
After adapting concepts from Xerox PARC to create the Lisa and Macintosh computers, Apple has spent decades trying to protect its user interface software and its hardware designs via litigation.
The retailer joins Target and RadioShack in offering a $50 discount on the 2010 model of Apple's flagship phone.
The company claims that the version of the specification it has reviewed will infringe on some of its patents.
Also: a $70 office suite (word processing, spreadsheet, presentations) absolutely free--but only if you download and install it today.
The landmark personal computer, introduced by IBM 30 years ago Friday, launched the PC revolution, changing the way people work, communicate, and play.