Browse our guide to the top gear for people on the go.
Why give precious carry-on bag space to portable electronics that don’t meet your needs? Here’s a look at the ideal laptop, netbooks, and smart phones for people on the go.
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If you travel overseas, this could be the GPS device for you--as long as you can handle some of its limitations.
Follow these tips to save money when you travel abroad with your Apple iPhone or other mobile phone.
Here's what you need to know if you're traveling with a laptop, netbook, GPS device, or other portable gadget.
Apple recently shut down Google Voice apps for the iPhone. But there are still ways you can use Google's phone service on the go.
Virgin Mobile's Broadband2Go service lets you connect to a cellular data network without a costly contract.
Here's how to stay in touch this summer during an extended absence--without spending a lot of dough.
Spending a chunk of time away this summer? The first thing to figure out in creating a virtual office is how you'll get affordable, fast Internet access.
Business travelers will have the most reason to take a closer look at Google Chrome OS. Here are few of the early pros and cons of the new operating system.
You can carry hundreds of books around with Amazon's e-book reader. But here are three, more practical reasons for adding a Kindle to your carry-on.
Long battery life, great keyboard (for a netbook), and other features make the N120 a top netbook choice.
These laptops and netbooks lasted at least 6.5 hours in PC World battery-life tests, making them ideal for the business traveler.