Four New Digital Cameras with Impressive In-Camera Features

Senior Editor Tim Moynihan takes a look at four new cameras: Olympus' SP-590UZ, Sony's Cybershot DSC-HX1, Canon's Powershot SX200 IS, and FujiFilm's FinePix F200EXR.

Samsung's R610 Laptop: Great Keyboard, Subpar Large Screen

Samsung's R610 laptop strives to straddle the fine line between a portable media player and a desktop replacement.

Smartphone Speed Tests: Which New Phone is Best for Type A Users?

Can't stand to wait for your phone to deliver e-mail and other functions? We put the iPhone 3G S, Nokia's N97 and the Palm Pre to the stopwatch to see which is the fastest.

HP's Slick All-Purpose Pavilion DV3 Laptop

The budget-minded HP Pavilion dv3 laptop gets a lot of things right in its design and delivers just the right amount of style.

Micro Express' JHL9050 Laptop Is Speedy but Not Pretty

The Micro Express JHL9050 provides power and performance in spades, but at the expense of design.

Pricey Samsung Innov8 Smartphone Has a Fantastic Camera

Samsung's Innov8 smartphone has an amazing 8-megapixel camera, offers advanced in-camera photo editing capabilities, and delivers excellent photo quality. But all this will cost you.

Unlocked Palm Treo Pro Smartphone Is an Expensive Winner

This sleek smartphone has been built with the image-conscious corporate user in mind.

Firefox 3.5 is a Solid Upgrade

Firefox 3.5 includes some great new features and improvements, including private browsing and geo-location.

The BlackBerry Bold's Stunning Design

The BlackBerry Bold almost lives up to its name with a stunning design, but its mediocre call quality and camera hold it back.


How We Test Cell Phones

We evaluate battery life, keyboards, software and more to determine which handsets are the best.


Kinder, Gentler iPhone 3G S Stress Tests

How well will Apple's latest phone stand up to The Spin Test, The Irish Brogue Challenge and The Dreaded Barbecue Sauce Attack? Watch and see.

The Nokia E71 Smartphone for Personal and Business Use

The Nokia E71's sleek design and multitude of useful features makes it ideal for both personal and business use.

Intel Day: New Car Technologies and 3D Game Graphics

Intel shows off a new technique for ray tracing in games, and new concepts for integrating mobile devices and on-the-go data updates with your car.

How to Fix (and Find) Your Photos

Make digital photography a lot more fun--and a lot more productive--without taking shots at your wallet.


Intel Day: Cool New Research Projects From the Chip Giant

At Intel Day 2009 at the Computer History Museum, the company demonstrated a variety of research projects, including a system for object recognition that looked like a step towards Terminator-style heads-up displays.