Incredible high-resolution screens are no longer the stuff of top-of-the-line desktop monitors. After a few notable tablets launched this year, supersharp screens quickly became the norm for handheld devices. And it will only get better.
The HTC One ups the ante on the iPhone 5, packing more pixels closer together than Apple's touted Retina technology.
In experiment, information scoots up and down a wire because of magnetic pulses. In a decade that could mean cell phones that can hold the contents of entire libraries.
The chipmaker and ST come up with phase change memory that can hold more than one bit per cell--but it's still not out.
One feature I'd really like, the equivalent of a neutral density filter to better handle scenes with bright and dim patches, appears headed for Lightroom.
Recent Apple KB articles: AirPort signal density; AirPort power adapters; AirPort and AOL; iPod items
The social network is inventing new technologies in house to deliver affordable Internet access to all.
KGI Securities offers a tip sheet on iPads, iMacs, and MacBooks coming in 2014.
Mammoth data centers need more data capacity and lower power consumption. The new Ultrastar He6 drives float a new concept for achieving those ends.