The names are different, but revisiting a column from 1995 shows how little some things have changed for the companies that dominate the tech industry.
The tech titan's CEO says he sees the company's mobile future in Windows 10, the next-generation operating system that will run across a variety of devices.
Asus chairman Jonney Shih thinks the company will be able to more than triple last year's shipments and break into the phone-making elite.
LG and Sony, plus more than a dozen regional device makers sign deals with Microsoft to bundle Office apps and services -- such as Word, OneNote and Skype -- on their Android devices.
We spoke to Ubuntu's mobile boss, Cristian Parrino, to find out how the operating system is different from Android, Firefox and Tizen.
We know Microsoft is developing a number of Windows 10 versions for use on different hardware. How they will each stack up is a work in progress.
Jeff Bradley, head of AT&T's devices business, talks to CNET at CES 2015 about the huge growth of wearables and what it will take to make them stick.
The upcoming OS will add new trackpad swiping features, including a three-finger swipe that can minimize or maximize all open windows.
The company is offering device makers a discount in a bid to convince them to develop small touch-enabled laptops, the Wall Street Journal reports.
In an interview with CNET, Seeing Machines CEO Ken Kroeger says data collected by his company's eye- and head-tracking tech, which is reportedly being put in GM cars, is only for the driver (currently).