Meant to be clipped onto your clothing, this Kickstarter project is a camera that's always recording so you can capture footage up to five minutes back in time.
With this odd-looking contraption, you can now play hours of Candy Crush without the risk of your iPhone dropping on your face when you doze off.
At the Mobile Asia Expo in Shanghai, China, CNET handles Sony's new China-bound and dual-SIM Xperia C smartphone.
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The PrivacQ case lets you encrypt messages and photos so only another person with the same case and accompanying app can see them.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang used a final production model during his demo of multiscreen gaming at the trade show in Taiwan.
CNET Asia gets deep hands-on time with the HTC One and compares its promising camera with the shooter on the iPhone 5.
It seems that you will no longer need a specialized stylus like the Galaxy Note 2's S Pen to etch out a sketch on your smartphone.
We try out the new convertible notebook that sports a high-resolution 2,560x1,440-pixel screen and a flat keyboard that's quite unlike what's found in other laptops.
Sony is thinking of expanding the reach of the new console based on strong consumer response, a company executive tells Engadget.
According to Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Andrew House, the PlayStation 3 games could eventually be delivered through a cloud service.