Microsoft has launched a new mouse range, complete with Windows 8-ready gesture controls.
Microsoft has developed a prototype wireless stylus that uses a built-in camera to work on any screen, even those without touch sensitivity.
Easy, manage-from-anywhere routers, NAS and IP cameras available in discounted bundles.
Current NFC technology is too slow for adoption on the London Underground, a spokesman has said.
Cintiq 22HD sports Full HD IPS screen, Cintiq 24HD adds 10-finger multi-touch, colour-calibrated, 97 percent Adobe RGB, 10-bit IPS panel.
A sub-£100 graphics tablet with 1,024 levels of sensitivity.
Google's Project Glass asks - what would you do with a pair of AR glasses?
A publishers refusal to change the terms of its contract has led Amazon to pull all its books from the Kindle Store.
Think Terminator-style view of the world and you're on the right track.
Microsoft has kept its word and released the version 1.0 of the SDK for Kinect for Windows.
Nike’s latest entry into the sports tracker market is a wristband which aims to motivate people to be more active.
We've rounded-up all the weirdest bits from the biggest tech conference in the world. Featuring dancing cats and see-thru computers.
A square mouse may sound odd, but video chatting in glorious Full HD is certainly a more appealing prospect.
One can peruse the Queen’s speech this Christmas on one’s Kindle, which is terribly nice
Competition: Western Digital WDTV media players and Spotify subscriptions up for grabs.
Qualcomm and Kyobo have partnered to launch the first ereader with a low power colour Mirasol display.
The SD Association has announced new standards which could turn the humble SD card into something far smarter.
Canadian ereader manufacturer, Kobo, has been purchased for US$315m by Rakuten.
Best Buy Europe has announced that all its 11 UK stores will close.
The Up wristband uses a motion sensor to track you every step - and snore.