Computing devices you can wear are still in their infancy, but a host of clever new designs are in the works. Get a peek at the brave new world of wearable computers, from sensor-laden surgical gloves to workout clothes that monitor your moves.
Once the exclusive preserve of desktop computers or stationary gaming consoles, a new generation of notebooks is now offering enough speed and power to satisfy the inner gamer in all of us.
Take a gander at a dozen delightful concept designs for tomorrow's smartphones, laptops, gaming devices and more.
You can enjoy the liberation of traveling without a laptop -- if you have the right equipment and plan ahead.
AT&T's fledgling 4G LTE service is scorchingly fast in some locations, excruciatingly slow in others.
Buried inside many smartphones is a capability that few take advantage of. Tethering lets a phone act as a mobile hotspot to supply Web access to nearby PCs and other devices.
These Windows desktop gadgets can give you a sneak peek inside the inner workings of your PC.
Because of its association with the BlackBerry brand, Research in Motion's BlackBerry PlayBook will appeal to businesspeople, but on arrival it lacks many corporate must-haves, such as email and 3G wireless data. In fact, it feels like it was rushed to market.
These small headsets offer style, features and their own apps. We look at five of the latest models.
In the business world today, you're judged as much by the technology you carry as by the cut of your clothes. You'll impress no one by walking into a meeting...
We compare 4G network availability, plans, prices and speeds — especially speeds
Tablets from Archos, Samsung and ViewSonic are among the first to challenge the iPad.
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