David DawContributor, PCWorld

David Daw has studied the history and future of television and has a master's in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts from San Francisco State University along with a BA in genre fiction from NYU.

Newly Leaked Accessories Hint at Look of iPhone 5

Case manufacturer Case-Mate may have leaked the appearance of the iPhone 5.

Google’s New Flight Search Service: Test Drive

Does Google’s new Flight Search feature have what it takes to beat established flight-deal sites like Hipmunk and Kayak?

Canon Announces New S100 and SX40 High-End Point-and-Shoot Cameras

Canon’s new additions to the PowerShot line bring new features and hardware but no real surprises.

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iPhone Accessories to Take Your Phone Photography to New Levels

Phone photographers, take note: You can add a fish-eye, wide-angle, or a macro lens; capture 360-degree panoramic video; or even mount DSLR lenses on your Apple iPhone with these accessories.

TouchPad Fever--Why Do We Suddenly Love WebOS?

Granted, the $99 HP Touchpad tablet is a great deal, but why is finding one mesmerizing the Internet?

TouchPad Backlash: Retailers Say 'Sorry' For Order Errors

HP’s TouchPad was oversold and now Barnes & Noble and other retailers face angry customers.

Huh? TouchPads Now Selling for Almost $300 on eBay

With supplies of the $99 TouchPad dwindling, consumers are starting to pay a premium for the WebOS tablet.

New iOS Beta Contains Earthquake Warnings for Japan

iOS's new developer beta lets iPhone owners connect to Japan's emergency early warning system.

Facebook's 'Like' Button Banned by German State

Facebook is once again under fire for privacy concerns in Germany--this time, for the "like" button.

Apple Tops Mobile PC Market Share

Apple climbed to the top of the mobile PC sales ladder, based largely on the strength of its iPad sales.

First 4G BlackBerry Bold 9900 On Sale Aug. 31 from T-Mobile

T-Mobile has finally announced the release date for the BlackBerry Bold 9900