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HTC's sales down 68 per cent from last year

Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC could be in trouble, as a recent report indicates that the company's sales have tanked. Last year HTC's sales were T$6.9 billion, this year they sunk to T$2.2 billion ($72 million), also down from T$2.45 billion in May.

Review: The television keeps getting smarter and prettier

Smart TVs are becoming loaded with new features that further converge computer technology with America's box of wires and flickering lights. Screens get better too making images almost real-life quality.

The hottest tech and gadgets: A look back at the IFA 2014

Last month, the world’s largest consumer electronics fair IFA was held in Berlin. It was a great show that gave us a glance at lots of new products and gadgets that will appear on the market soon.

Op-Ed: 5 tech trends to look out for in 2014

Las Vegas - High-tech drones, wearable computing, integrated smart home technology and 4K TV are just some of the trends to expect in 2014.

Samsung earns $7.3 billion in 3rd quarter beating estimates

Seoul - Samsung Electronics estimated its July through September operating profit at $7.3 billion. The South Korean firm is the world's largest technology firm by revenue. Surging sales of its Galaxy smartphones.has increased profits.

IKEA plans move to consumer electronics market

Sweden’s furniture giant Ikea is expanding its reach still farther with a line of home electronics built into their furniture. A home entertainment system will go on sale in five countries this summer, then extended to the rest of the world next year.

Wear this glove to learn sign language

While perusing the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show, Engadget profiled the Institute for Disabilities Research and Training's American Sign Language tutorial that uses AcceleGlove, a sensor-arrayed glove interface for PC, camera and fingers.

Staples to Take Back Consumer Electronics in New Recycling Program

We've all been there: You have an old PC or electronic gadget that bit the dust. But when it's time to get rid of it, what do you do? With the environmental hazard posed by dumping, Staples is now providing a solution for consumers. But it will cost you.

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