Higher resolution and bigger screens reported to feature on Apple's latest.
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Tim Culpan and Adam Satariano Apple is preparing to introduce a new, thinner iPad, sources familiar with the plans say.
Rod Easdown Since hitting the market with great fanfare in 2009, 3D TV has failed to take the market by storm.
Jenneth Orantia Korean maker's watch offers many of the conveniences of a smartphone - including a touchscreen, apps and built-in camera.
Megan Willett The jacket that can control your phone or music player with a discreet touch of the sleeve.
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Road test These sleek bearers of sound are no longer the gimmick they seemed only years ago.
James Dominguez A new generation of game controller is setting out to repeat history by altering the dynamics of the living room.
Katie Cincotta As Apple and Samsung air their differences in court, we ask which is the clevest smartphone, the Galaxy or the iPhone?
Charles Arthur Speculation is mounting that Apple will announce a new version of its iPhone on September 12 and an "iPad mini" in October.
Ben Grubb The iPhone 5 is lighter, thinner, faster and taller than its predecessor.
Asher Moses The new iPhone will be the start of a radical push by Apple to run your digital wallet.
Apple booked orders for over two million iPhone 5 models in the first 24 hours, reflecting a higher-than-expected demand for the consumer device giant's new smartphone and setting it up for a strong...
Nick Bilton If Apple continues on its current trajectory, something remarkable might happen on April 9, 2015, at around 11am.
James Manning Apple is poised to launch an iPad mini as figures show the tech giant's tablet market share in the US fell by 29 percentage points in the past year.
Adam Turner The smartphone war is hotting up as the big names put forward new champions in a superphone battle royale.
David Pogue The gadget most likely to be found under the tree this year is thin, battery-powered and flat.
Dina Bass A push by Microsoft and Intel to combat Apple's iPad is getting off to a slow start.
Omar L. Gallaga Apart from a confirmed trend away from desktop computing, it's tough to accurately pick the coming trends at the annual Consumer Electronics Show.
The world's largest gadget show wrapped up on Friday, and the organisers said it was the biggest ever, beating last year's record in terms of the floor space companies purchased to display their...