It's no fun when lovers play mind games, but there's no shortage of ways to celebrate one's love of old video games, not to mention other tech products carrying brands that once flamed out
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Dual screens have been added to smartphones, tablets, and laptops through the years with some promising advantages. However, beyond a certain portable game console line, none have made the jump to the mainstream.
Crowdfunding offers products such as smartwatches, smartphone accessories, and smart printers. Backing them, however, may not always be a smart move. Whether it be to malice, or incompetence on the part of creators, gadget lust is simply sometimes unrequited.
A look back at the days before floppies went to that great recycling bin in the sky.
Coming soon to Chrome OS, Lenovo's ultrathin notebook can't replace laptops for serious text entry, but could be just the ticket for those who want tablet-like mobility with a serviceable keyboard.
One company is pushing personal electric transportation products far beyond the scooter. But they're a long way from cars.
Glass's vision as an everyday digital overlay onto the real world was overly ambitious, but the Enterprise Edition scales back enough inhibitors to make Glass a competitive AR option.
Niche ultraportable makers are packing Windows into tight spots to fill in the gap between smartphones and mainstream notebooks.
The circumstances that made Android a success in smartphones have not supported it in smartwatches.
It may seem that there's no room for a company in the crowded headphone category for newcomers, but entrants are finding a place by banking on quality materials, comfort and, of course, great sound.