The Chinon Swift-7 costs just $160, while the Swift-10 costs $280.
A camera isn't big on tablet-users' wishlists, but it could enhance the Kindle Fire as an essential shopping tool (especially when browsing Amazon).
Google Screenwise gives you money if you allow it to track your search results in Chrome -- but so does Bing Rewards.
If you're not a resident of Kansas City, be jealous. Be very jealous.
While all the brick-and-mortar stores are turning to Web commerce, a pioneer in Web commerce is turning traditional.
In the next decade, mobile phones will gain capabilities that make them suitable replacements for the conventional desktop or laptop computer.
According to a recent Pew survey, people are using their smartphones more than ever while shopping in brick-and-mortar stores.
HTC will scale back its smartphone launches in 2012.
The release of such a high-quality 4G phone at such a low price indicates Microsoft and Nokia are serious about Windows Phone becoming a third contender in the U.S. smartphone race.
You may soon be able to download and print your dinner, outfit, even parts for your car off of The Pirate Bay.
Measure calories, step, time, and more with Nike's new $149 physical fitness wristband.
Posting status updates on Facebook or Twitter during work hours? You're not alone.
Articles by Jeff Bertolucci