Startup Nextbit, run by former Google and HTC executives, hit its goal of selling $500,000 worth of smartphones in a single day.
Bye-bye, Bamboo. Now all of Wacom's graphics tablets bear the Intuos brand and its latest consumer models get the wedge treatment.
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The device will launch in Europe early next year, and the company also showed off new speakers and talked up a streaming gaming service.
The company is banking on the fact that you'll eventually want everything in your home to talk to each other. Guess what? Samsung already builds a lot of those things.
Another unusual formation on the Red Planet wows space fans by resembling a popular eating utensil.
The tech giant files a patent application for a built-in fuel cell system that could power electronics for "days or even weeks without refueling."