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.)
Headed for the exit, according to Recode, are Tony Bates, who oversees business development, and Tami Reller, head of marketing for the software maker.
FaceCake, maker of the augmented-reality shopping software called Swivel, shows off the newest iterations of its product here at CES 2013.
The company puts up decorations at its headquarters in Cupertino ahead of Tuesday's event, which is expected to bring new iPhones.
It's got the look, the power and the noise. The new Jaguar F-Type R Coupe is the Jag we've all been waiting for.
The company reported better-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter earnings and revenue as graphics chip sales climbed.
Redmond reveals plans to boost its dividend and buy back more shares. The move may serve as balm for shareholders who are questioning the Nokia purchase as well as Microsoft's ability to innovate.