It looks like we won't be seeing HP's WebOS tablet at CES.
Iomega introduces a unique iPhone/iPod dock that backs up your contacts and photos as you get a charge.
New ThinkPad Edge models support rapid boot-up technology, videoconferencing, and "crossover" home entertainment.
Analysis: All e-reader manufacturers claim success -- but are evasive about the specifics.
The iPhone version of Skype we wanted all along is finally here: one that does video calls.
For high-profile flops, strange decisions, pointless lawsuits, and general weirdness, it's been a very good year.
Analysis: Amazon has updated its Kindle app for Android to version 2.0, which lets you buy magazines and newspapers in both single-copy and subscription form.
AltaVista was the first great search engine. Probably still the second greatest one ever, after you know who. Now it's on the chopping block to be shuttered.
Apple has announced that its Mac App Store will open for business on January 6th.
The app now supports Google Reader, making it possible to read RSS feeds within the slick, browsable Flipboard interface.
If Microsoft figures out a way to make Windows make sense on tablets, then I'll be impressed. After all, it's been trying to do so for a decade and has made pretty much zero progress.
Google's CR-48 notebook running the Chrome OS may be intended for testing purposes only, but we'll put it through a typical day's work.
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