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Glyph is a set of headphones, but the bar moves down over your eyes so you can see its display.
Does a bent phone have a place in your pocket, or is it all a marketing ploy?
Viewsonic makes good on its promise to build monitors that play nice with phones and tablets, and not just PCs.
Nokia's Lumia 2520 has the best screen that DisplayMate has ever tested. The Surface 2? Not so much.
How retailers manipulate prices and products to get you in the door.
Samsung is reportedly working on a Galaxy-branded phone with a display that curves around the edges for next year.
Samsung believes that Corning’s technologies will become increasingly important to the consumer electronics industry and it wanted ensure access to those, said the company CEO.
Sharp says it will start production of high-def smartphone screens this year.
Ask a hundred entrepreneurs where they draw inspiration and you'll probably get a hundred different answers, but few are likely to be as unusual as that of Marcus Weller. The CEO of Skully Helmets came up with his idea for a high-tech motorcycle helmet after smashing into a car on a street in Barcelona.
Following Samsung's lead, LG is starting bend its phones now too.
And Microsoft's Surface RT falls firmly in the middle.
Samsung introduces a 5.7-inch curved phone for sale in Korea.
Worrisome news for the flat-panel TV industry probably means that consumers should see some aggressive holiday TV bargains.
Move over, Samsung: LG's making a curved smartphone display, too.
Pity the glass on the front of your smartphone. It typically gets subjected to a lot of abuse through its life and sometimes even shatters if the forces are too much. But glass manufacturers are continually pushing the boundaries of what's possible with the material, and some of the latest gadget glass is on show this week by Nippon Electric Glass at the Ceatec 2013 expo.