Few of the new features in Apple’s upcoming mobile OS upgrade are revolutionary and many are similar to components of Android.
The latest-generation Nook offers a dramatically improved design, interface, and reading experience on a monochrome E-Ink screen.
Company stealthily releases 3G Kindle With Special Offers, at a time when it faces mounting pressure from competing e-readers.
New Nook challenges Amazon's Kindle with its simplicity, light weight and snappy, monochrome display.
E-Ink-only screen and competitive price highlight this new reader.
An E-Ink e-reader with a touch screen display finally becomes comparatively affordable.
This first-of-its-kind portable hard drive is designed to interact with mobile devices, but using the associated iOS app is unsatisfying.
Company increases its warranty on SSDs to five years, under certain usage circumstances.
Image rendering gets fixed, and widgets can be resized. But there's still room for improvement.
The HTC Flyer comes to U.S. shores next week-and it makes a strong case for the 7-inch tablet, just not at its price.
The operating system update announced at Google I/O gets a timeline for other Honeycomb tablets.
Learn about Android Ice Cream Sandwich, as well what it's like to use Google Music Beta, and what we think of Android @Home. And what will Microsoft do with Skype?
Google took the wraps off its plans for Chromebook laptops at its keynote--and Samsung showed off its Chromebook in an equally grand unveiling. Here’s a little more on what to expect from the first Chrome OS laptop.