David Carnoy talks with Jamie Iannone about the future of Barnes & Noble's digital products.
It's here! We made it! Soon we can expect the DeLorean to appear!
The future of e-reading is great...unless you want it to seamlessly marry with your nondigital books. That has to change, and fast.
Question in book seller's survey asks customers about digital reading devices and whether they plan to buy one of Apple's "iPad" large screen devices. Hmmm.
In this week's column, I get out my crystal ball and make some predictions as I try to help readers figure out which smartphones to buy this year.
This week's tech advice column helps readers with questions about whether 3G phones of today will work on 4G networks of tomorrow, among other burning topics.
Smartphones are central to several companies' plans to make payments--either through mobile credit-card readers or by using the phone in place of a credit card.
Maggie lets readers know how the FCC's new Net neutrality rules will affect consumers and whether a future Verizon iPhone will be usable on Sprint.
TomTom's built a "super sat-nav" that it believes is "the future of driving". Say hello, directionally-challenged readers, to the Go Live 1000.
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In an interview with CNET, Microsoft researcher Bill Buxton talks about the dawn of better e-readers, the future of design and other topics.