A phone that rotates like a cat midair to avoid landing on its glass face might not hit the shelves soon but it's in Apple's patent portfolio.
He was a genius and a visionary with an amazing track record of picking winners. But he got it wrong with the iPhone 6 Plus.
Apple's smartwatch will go on sale in April though it is still unclear when Kiwis will be able to buy one.
Apple had another blowout quarter, earning $100b in three months thanks to 'staggering' demand for its phones.
LG said it will start selling its new curved smartphone next week - but only in South Korea.
Battery capacity has tripled since 1990, but that's nowhere near enough.
A stylus would be out of character for Apple, but reliable sources indicate one could be coming.
Parents shocked to find $500 laptop computers added to compulsory stationery lists.
After failing to keep up with the boom in mobile and cloud computing, HP is fighting back with tablets designed for doctors, retailers and other professionals.
The theme song to The Simpsons has helped dramatically improve the lot of asthmatic children.
OPINION: What will happen when the sick, twisted and reckless get their hands on this technology?
Scientists turning to online fundraising to help bring their hi-tech inventions, such as rocket thrusters and cancer cures, to life.
Electronic detectors could be used to nab drivers on their phones, as nearly half of mobile use goes undetected.
After less than a year of disappointing sales, Google are halting sales of their much-mocked wearable, but claim this isn't the end.
China's largest smartphone producer has unveiled a new flagship - the Mi Note, and they aren't shy about who they are challenging with it.
Google announced a market trial in Puerto Rico later this year for a phone unlike any other.
Well, we always knew Apple were getting into wearables.
Samsung are interested in purchasing the struggling smartphone maker - for patents.
A lot of the funnest stuff at CES will never make it to market. This stuff will.
Apple has just been granted a patent for a wearable camera similar to a GoPro.
A lot of people buy wearables and then stop using them. Is that about to change?
From giant props to free booze and dancers, vendors will do almost anything to stand out in the crowd.
Monster CEO Noel Lee accuses Beats Electronics, co-founded by Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre, of "corporate betrayal".
Ian King takes up the challenge of wearing as many smartwatches as possible for the ultimate utility test.
Obnoxious symbols of self-absorption or an easy way to take your own wide-angled shots? We'll let you decide.
Auckland technology firm PowerbyProxi claims global leadership of wireless-charging industry at tech show.
Manufacturers are crafting new features you can't get in a hand-held device, and laptop designs that mimic the tablet's appeal.
Sony is bringing back the Walkman, with high-resolution playback and Bluetooth-connected headphones.
The Google Chromecast is a convenient way to watch internet services such as YouTube on your TV. Sky's Neon internet television app also looks likely to support it.
The latest version of LG's curved-screen smartphone remains stubbornly different, and difficult.