The next big thing, according to consumer electronics makers at IFA? TVs that bend.
Watch highlights from Intel's Chromebook event, where the chipmaker announced that the first low-cost Chromebooks that use Intel’s ‘Bay Trail’ Atom chip will start to go on sale this summer.
The Chromebook owns just 1 percent of the PC market, but may find long-term success in the classroom.
The tablets, with starting prices from $299 to $350, include Dell’s Venue 8 Pro, Toshiba’s Encore, and Asustek’s Transformer Book T100.
Intel's fourth-generation mobile Core processor is a powerhouse, and these five notebooks do the best job of harnessing it.
The latest Haswell Chromebooks from Acer,Hewlett-Packard, and others should last nine hours or so on a charge, with all the performance of Intel's latest Core chips.
A 50-inch TV is still pretty large, but the prototype Toshiba is showing off at the IFA show in Berlin is the smallest 4K set yet seen.
This new type of memory chip being developed by Toshiba could provide vastly greater capacity at a lower cost for digital gadgets such as cameras, smartphones and tablets.
Toshiba's three new Android tablets sound interesting on paper, but do they have what it takes to knock the iPad off its throne?
Toshiba said it will soon begin mass producing a new type of 64Gbit NAND flash that is the smallest and fastest in its class, though it still lags rival Samsung Electronics in the development of an even denser flash technology.
Ultra HD and OLED televisions were all the rage at CES 2013, but gaping at these incredible TVs on a show floor will probably have to do for the foreseeable future.