It could be that tablets are revolutionary in a sense that perhaps nobody is emphasizing -- they are taking entertainment one step more toward the isolation of the individual.
The device, which carries a list price of $199, does double duty as an straightforward audio speaker and a speakerphone.
The ultra-portable and strangely-shaped wireless Swiftpoint mouse offers comfortable computing at a premium price.
The Plantronics Explorer 395 offers a comfortable, low-cost Bluetooth headset for casual users whose ears aren't glued to their mobile phones.
Some fun ways to play with your new smartphone.
Some folks may not mind that their exact location in Google Buzz can be broadcast to anyone who happens to look in — but I certainly do.
On a flight from NYC to Las Vegas to attend (of course) CES, I checked e-mail, browsed the Web and videoconferenced while 36,000 feet above Iowa. This could get to be a habit.
These free tools can help you get a lot more functionality out of Twitter.
Google's book settlement goes back to the drawing board.
Intuit, whose Quicken has pretty much cornered the market for financial software, has now picked up one of the few applications that could challenge its dominance: Mint.com.
Analysis: Users don't get a-Twitter at the possibility of more 140-word marketing messages on their social network.
There are some interesting new features, but it isn't as revolutionary as its promoters might like us to think.