Mobile World Congress is the largest show for phones and sets the tone for annual mobile trends. Ginny Mies gives us a sneak peek at the 2012 show.
Online consumers need a legal framework that imposes security responsibilities on internet companies like Facebook and Google that host our personal data.
If you're serious about portable gaming, the Sony PlayStation Vita is a top-notch device. Its 5-inch OLED touchscreen is gorgeous and gameplay is superb, but the use of proprietary memory cards is a blemish on an otherwise outstanding product.
Facebook has finally announced its IPO, filing a valuation with the SEC valued at $100 billion dollars. If everything goes as planned, the IPO could create between 500 and 1000 new millionaires at the company.
If you need a fast color printer for your small workgroup, HP and Lexmark offer fast, full featured inkjets that are better choices than a low-cost color laser.
The HyperJuice Plug is a $120 portable charger that can be used to recharge you phone, tablet, or USB device in a pinch. The portable device is encased in an aluminum enclosure and available from hypershop.com.
SoundJaw is a plastic device that clips onto your iPad, boosting the audio level of the iPad's built-in speaker by up to 40 percent.
iKeyboard is a $35 device that attaches to your iPad's screen to provide a touch keyboard feel without needing a Bluetooth connection.
What's drawing Eye-Fi's ire is the fact that the SDA has announced a spec called iSDIO that seems mighty similar to the wireless technology synonymous with the Eye-Fi brand name.
The Eastman Kodak Company bankruptcy filing highlights a struggle to keep up with a world where smartphones are more handy than point-and-shoot cameras.
Your new PC most likely came with a whole bunch of preinstalled apps and utilities you'll never use. Here's how to get rid of them.
The Lumia 900 beautifully showcases the Windows Phone 7 OS with its 4.3" OLED screen. It features a 1-megapixel front-facing camera and a 8-megapixel rear camera, and will be available on AT&T’s growing LTE network.
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