CNET editors round up their favorite tablets, including products from Apple, Samsung, and Google.
If you're an early adopter willing to forget everything you know about navigating a computer, the Surface tablet could replace your laptop. Everyone else: wait for more apps.
Facebook, and the entire tech industry, continue to innovate, mostly via new twists on existing technologies and features, combined with luck and perseverance.
Nano is the new big. Ecoconcerns, design savvy, and practicality have driven the trend toward small, specialized automobiles.
While Pepsi, one of the world's foremost consumer brands, has acknowledged the signs of the times and is making the transition away from one-to-many mass-marketing to social marketing with meaning, marketing theory is struggling to catch up.
Although the reasons Apple is dropping out of Macworld may be many, the pressure to send shock waves through the industry for scheduled trade shows is likely the central one.
The first in a series of interviews with innovation thought leaders: We spoke with Manoj Kothari, founder and managing director of Onio Design, one of the leading design and innovation consultancies in India.
In this installment, Willem Boijens, Senior User Experience Manager at Vodafone in Dusseldorf, Germany, takes on our questions. Willem has had a wide variety of roles at Vodafone and has seen the large wireless services company from many angles. In his cu
This installment of thoughts on innovation comes from Brooks Protzmann. Brooks is the Manager of Visual Identity and the Brand Experience team as part of the Experience Design Group at Dell Inc. in Austin, Texas. He is responsible for the product-focused
At All Things D's big D10 tech conference, the intensity and innovation of Steve Jobs still reverberates from his six appearances at the show in years past.
Apple would probably cease to exist if it was run by a cutthroat MBA texbook-thumping executive. Innovation and product risk-taking just isn't in their DNA.