Fashion retailer Kate Spade is rolling out iPads in its Kate Spade Saturday stores as signs beginning with Japan, then onto the U.S.
We all know what's coming, but Nokia's banners outside the CES convention center veil a secret that no longer exists.
Apple starts rolling out a new system that makes use of iPads in its retail stores to display information about nearby products, taking the place of printed materials.
A 7.5-foot-tall multitouch, camera-equipped prototype shows new ways consumers could find and interact with information at stores and elsewhere. (Think ads.)
A two-week ad campaign will change the name seen in the signage at the London airport's Terminal 5 to push the S5 to travelers.
Hisense pushes the bar in digital signage with transparent displays that incorporate touch screen and 3D tech likely to make geeks pause in their tracks.
The prime retail location of Australia's first Samsung Experience store is covered in "coming soon" signage.
A lawsuit taking aim at two stores in New York says they were selling counterfeit goods, with one using Apple's name in its signage.
Apple signage that's in the process of being put up in San Francisco's Moscone North gives the first glimpse at the logos for iCloud and iOS 5.
Signage at the Las Vegas Convention Center locks in a U.S. version of the Samsung Galaxy Note at this year's CES. The question is, which carrier will start selling the Android phone with the monster 5.3-inch screen?