CNET takes a trip to AT&T Mobility's headquarters in Atlanta to check out the carrier's vision for the future of phone shopping.
On December 9, 1968, SRI's Douglas Engelbart ushered in the personal-computing revolution with his now-famous demonstration of the world's first mouse.
The Geeksphone Revolution, which lets you try out Firefox OS without burning your Android bridges, goes on sale on 20 February.
Analysts predict 5 million smartwatches will ship in 2014. CNET's Brian Cooley explains why they could have a real chance of success with consumers.
The LG Revolution may not be the revolutionary handset it claims to be, but it's still a solid Verizon 4G Android phone with the bonus of the Netflix app.
"Today, more than half of the most valuable Internet companies are not in the US. It's never been the case for such a huge, abrupt shift in the nature of human work," Sequoia Capital's Michael Moritz said.
The Spanish handset manufacturer will use a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z2560 chip in its top-end phone, set to arrive in the first quarter of 2014.
Selling millions of wireless chips to giants like Apple and Samsung is much different than selling to thousands of tiny startups crowdsourcing their hardware on Kickstarter, says Broadcom CEO Scott McGregor.
The Revolution comes with a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, a 4.7-inch screen, and either Google Android or Mozilla's browser-based mobile OS.
Taiwan's ITRI has a floating augmented-reality touch-screen system that would improve upon "Minority Report" technology, and it's ready to license it.