Regardless of the reason, it's nice to get noticed by the New York Times.
Razr's Switchblade concept is a portable gaming system with a multi-touch display and an adaptive tactile keyboard that changes dynamically depending on what you're playing.
It's our second day in Vegas as we prep for the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show. We have a few more tablets to discuss, 3D content from Nvidia, and an iPad joystick.
Gaming Netbook of the future, or bizarre concept device? Check out the Razer Switchblade and decide for yourself.
Lisa J. Murphy, known for nude, 3D pictures of men and women accompanied by braille descriptions, releases a new series of images.
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.
Can a little vibration in your pocket help control your consumer impulses?
Probably the closest you'll ever get to an iPhone with an actual keyboard. Unfortunately, design flaws kill the appeal of this otherwise cool accessory.
Microsoft seems to be aiming to develop touch screens that can alter their surface, giving users the feeling that they're touching an actual object.
It might not be as lofty a challenge as creating a space tourism industry, but Branson's Virgin Group has its work cut out for it in the launch of Project, a visually stunning iPad-only magazine.