The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
The head of Apple's software business explains to CNET why we won't be seeing an iMac or other Apple computers with a touch screen.
Confidential documents reveal that Android was designed with physical keyboards in mind.
If a Pizza Hut concept table actually gets made, restaurant-goers would be able to design their pies by touch.
The Intel-powered machine, announced at CES, can pivot for easier touch control and optionally includes Thunderbolt 2 ports.
The patent describes methods to more efficiently and effectively make curved displays for smartphones and other devices.
Michael Wagner, an expert witness hired by Samsung, says Apple has overstated how much money it's due for Samsung's infringement on Apple's "pinch to zoom" tech.
So-called Steve Jobs patent reaffirmed after the Patent Office invalidated all 20 claims in the patent last December.
The ultrabook has surfaced in a new video that takes us on a tour of its Gorilla Glass finish and high-resolution display.
Prototype technology that turns any surface -- a wall, table, or floor -- into an interactive touch screen has been years in the making. Now, anyone can get their hands on the software.
Good news for gamers (and rubber duckies). A Kinect-based setup out of Japan transforms water into an interactive surface for playing games, watching movies, and maybe more.