Xbox One owners might need to tell their fancy new console what to do more than once, despite the flashy commercials that began airing last week.
The Lumia 1020 sports a camera capable of capturing an utterly ludicrous number of pixels at once.
The HTC One, which should have been little more than the latest quick tweak to the One X line of phones, changed the Andoird operating system in ways that knocked one reviewer's socks off.
If you want to do more on your Android smartphone than use Facebook, you don't
The new BlackBerry 10 operating system has not one line of code in common with the software that powered previous BlackBerry smartphones, but still manages to feel like an improvement on something familiar.
For those eager to embrace the tablet era but who need to keep a foot in the PC past, Microsoft's new Surface Windows 8 Pro would seem to be the perfect device.
The iPad mini might just be Apple's best tablet yet.
The iPhone 5 itself might be getting most of the attention, but Apple is allowing users of older iPhones to share many of the changes via iOS 6.
Over the past several weeks and months, I can't tell you how often I've gotten the question, "When is the new iPhone coming out?'" We now know the answer to the question: Apple delivers the brand new iPhone 5 on Sept 21. The obvious follow-up question: "Is it worth it?"
Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD boasts a much more vibrant screen than the original tablet that came out about a year ago.
The expected debut of Apple's sixth-generation smartphone -- and likely a
smaller iPad -- is less than a month away.
For purposes of both safety and, increasingly, compliance with hands-free device laws, having a Bluetooth speakerphone in your car is increasingly desirable -- especially if you find yourself on the road frequently (calling all sales types). What you don't want to deal with is a buggy device, a device with poor battery life, or, really, a device that is fussy in any way. These things are supposed to make your life easier, after all. Enter: The SuperTooth Crystal.
FlyGrip, which came to market in the U.S. only this year, is basically a small plastic doodad that affixes to the back of your smartphone. It's a rather interesting solution to getting more out of your smartphone or tablet. But does it really work?
The MP180 Pocket Projector by 3M is perhaps a lesson against getting your hopes too high.
Google describes the latest version of its Android operating system -- dubbed Ice Cream Sandwich -- as "simple, beautiful and beyond smart." I don't think it lives up to that promise.