Visiting Tokyoflash Japan, maker of puzzling wristwatches, was nothing like we expected. Crave gets some hands-on time with the company's first electronic-paper watch.
Flexible displays will reach Europe this month, according to LG. Could this mean e-book readers take a leaf out of traditional paperbacks?
E Ink debuts its color e-paper, known as E Ink Triton, with Chinese manufacturer Hanvon set to release its first color e-book reader next March.
Why would you fold and throw your paper planes by hand when you could get this beautiful machine to do it for you?
For a lot of students, no gadget or tablet can beat good old-fashioned paper and pen for taking notes. But, technology can help when it comes to saving those notes and easily sharing them with classmates. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on high-tech notebook solutions to start the school year off right.
It's Vita for your TV, and while that might sound great on paper, PlayStation TV suffers from lackluster performance and features.
A new video folds hours of New York's paper recycling program into just 3.5 minutes, and the results are completely captivating.
Sony has very quietly started selling its 13.3-inch e-reader, Digital Paper, via the web to US addresses.
Pteromys, from Autodesk Research, is a tool that uses science and complex computation to make nearly any-user designed paper airplane fly.
Autodesk researchers have developed a Pteromys, a tool that lets anyone design a paper airplane that will fly, no matter how outlandish.