CNET's Josh Lowensohn talks with Microsoft's Panos Panay about the new version of Microsoft Surface.
Meet Samsung's touchscreen table, the SUR40. Could this expensive coffee table be the future of shopping?
Microsoft has put its second-generation Surface unit on sale ahead of shipping it next year. The $8,400 unit made its debut at CES earlier this year.
Microsoft's new tablets are called Microsoft Surface -- so the touchscreen table formerly known as Surface is now PixelSense.
Specs have come to light for a 7-inch Microsoft tablet, dubbed Xbox Surface. Will it debut tonight?
We discuss whether Apple should be allowed to sell the new iPad as '4G', plus all the week's tech news.
Digital poop from a stuffed zebra illustrates a boundary-breaking tablet interface from Intel, Microsoft, and the University of Washington.
Microsoft has a new version of its Surface table-top computer in the works, due "later in 2011." With a price starting at $7,600, it's still aimed at commercial operations, not consumers.
Finnish company launches 55-inch multiuser LCD multitouch display, believed to be the world's largest. That's potentially a lot of hands-on activity at once.