N-trig today announced the next generation of its DuoSense Pen line of touch pens for tablets, smartphones, and other touch-based computers. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.
Square has taken another step in its quest to make mobile payments the new norm by today announcing its "Business in a Box" package. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.
Early adopters of the Microsoft Surface Pro tablet have discovered that Adobe Photoshop doesn't fully support the stylus that comes with this tablet. That might change soon.
Microsoft already offers a pair of keyboard covers for the Surface Pro tablet, but has also made it clear that more such accessories are on the way.
Want 4G LTE access for your tablet? The answer might be the AT&T Unite. Learn more about this LTE access point from TechnologyGuide.
Samsung will soon own 5% of Wacom, as the two realize the importance of working together more closely. Wacom's pressure-sensitive styli are already integrated into some of Samsung's most important products.
Six months after its release, the Nexus 7 from Google is finally getting an official docking station made by Asus, which is the manufacturer behind the hardware of the popular 7-inch slate. Unveiled at CES, the dock will soon be available for purchase.
PhotoFast is making it easier for Apple users to transfer files onto their iPad or iPhone from their computer with the next-generation i-FlashDrive HD, a USB thumb drive designed specifically for the popular tablet and smartphone.
The Kanex meDrive has been unveiled at CES 2013. This is a file server that turns USB drives into network drives that can be accessed from iOS and desktop devices.
A hard cover case that doubles as a keyboard has been introduced for the Apple iPad Mini, giving users the ability to type rather than tap without compromising the small design of their slates.
Adobe Photoshop Touch 1.4 has just launched. The new version of this image editing software has been optimized for smaller tablets, including the iPad Mini and Google Nexus 7. In addition, it now supports three pressure-sensitive styli.
Up until now, Microsoft has lent little help to consumers trying to find out if their mice, keyboards, printers and other peripherals will play nice with Windows 8 RT and the company's ARM-based tablet, the Surface RT. Fortunately, an updated compatibility site now has all the answers.
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